NIDL Brings You: J. D. Robb

J. D. Robb’s most recent book, Devoted in Death is book 41 in the In Death series, but where did it all begin? Whether you’re new to Robb’s work, wanting to reread some previous books as a refresher, or a reader wanting to pick up at a spot you left off sometimes it’s hard to find the book you’re wanting on the shelf, but sometimes you can find what you’re looking for in our digital collection!

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NIDL (Northeast Indiana Digital Library) has all of the books to the In Death series in our collection. If you have trouble accessing our digital items or have questions about his collection ask a staff member or you can browse around our online help sections.

Heather: What better season to read a series called “In Death” than the Fall? If this series isn’t up your alley we have a large selection of books to choose from and we do take recommendations. Currently at the bottom of a page when you’ve searched for items there’s a button that says “Add titles you can recommend” and along the left hand side of the page there’s an option of “Additional Titles to Recommend”. If there’s something you’re looking for that you recommend don’t forget to place a hold so we can let you know when the item becomes available. If you don’t want to place it on hold you can select an option for getting an e-mail if or when the item is purchased for the collection.

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About Heather

I often go by Razor as my nickname based on my last name. I work at a library and also write. I write anything from novels to poetry and I live for the written word.
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