December 10, 2010 by Reader's Connection
Central Library´s Sherry Utterback scrutinizes the past, taking notes in her detective notebook.
Just about everybody likes a good mystery, but do you know what is better than a good mystery book? A true mystery book, and the history of the world is shot (pardon the pun) full of ´em. In this list you can find mysteries from the streets of Indianapolis to the decline of Czarist Russia. So sit back, grab a couple, and enjoy a trip around the world and through time to meet memorable characters and visit a variety of locales. Who knows, you may be the one to solve one of history´s enduring mysteries!
Roanoke: the Abandoned Colony by Karen Ohrdal Kupperman
Grand Dragon: D. C. Stephenson and the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana by M. William Lutholtz
D.C. Stephenson, Irvington 0492: The Demise of the Grand Dragon of the Indiana Ku Klux Klan Compiled and edited by H.R. Greenapple
Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie
A Romanov Fantasy: Life at the Court of Anna Anderson by Frances Welch
Discovery!: Unearthing the New Treasures of Archaeology Edited by Brian M. Fagan
Historic Indianapolis Crimes: Murder + Mystery in the Circle City by Fred D. Cavinder
Who Killed King Tut?: Using Modern Forensics to Solve a 3,300-Year-Old Mystery by Michael R. King and Gregory M. Cooper; with Don de Nevi
The Murder of King Tut: The Plot to Kill a Child King: A Nonfiction Thriller by James Patterson and Martin Dugard
The Montefeltro Conspiracy: a Renaissance Mystery Decoded by Marcello Simonetta
Machu Picchu: Unveiling the Mystery of the Incas Edited by Richard L. Burger and Lucy C. Salazar