‘Murder at the 42nd Street Library’

Book and role of advanced uncorrected proof discussed on 'Read This Book!'

Murder at the 42nd Street Library was reviewed in the most recent installment of Read This Book! from the University of Minnesota Libraries.

Host Lisa Von Drasek and Tim Johnson review the 2016 novel by Con Lehane. But they also discussed the role of advanced uncorrected proofs in the publishing world. 

New series follows librarian, sleuth

Murder at the 42nd Street Library is the first book in a new series that follows librarian and sleuth Raymond Ambler and colleagues in solving crimes — including secrets at New York City’s 42nd Street Library.

About Lisa Von Drasek and Tim Johnson

Lisa Von Drasek is the Curator of the Children’s Literature Research Collections at the University of Minnesota Libraries. Tim Johnson is Curator of Special Collections and Rare Books, and the Sherlock Holmes Collections at the University of Minnesota Libraries. 

About Read This Book!

Read This Book! is a video podcast produced by the University of Minnesota Libraries. It is available on YouTube and iTunes.

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