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The Diviners by Libba Bray

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After having embarrassed a prominent member of her small hometown, Evie O’Neill is sent off to New York City to live with her eccentric uncle Will, who is the head curator at a Museum for the Supernatural. With the background set in the vibrant times of the 1920’s, we learn that Evie has the ability to “see” the last thing that happened to any item she touches. When her uncle is called to a murder scene to investigate a cryptic symbol, Evie is suddenly thrown into a mysterious supernatural murder. Using her gift, Evie and a cast of interwoven characters try to track down the murderer before he finds them. The first in a trilogy, this book brings both mystery and supernatural elements with a fun and fresh style that Bray is known for. With book two coming out on April 7th, this should definitely be added to your "to-be-read" pile.  Check our catalog

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