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Capital Region Reads: Two chilling tales

Capital Region Reads: Two chilling tales

You’ll find yourself checking your doors
Capital Region Reads: Two chilling tales

This week, Stephanie Dobiecki, a librarian at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library, recommends two chilling tales. They're safe for the beach, but perhaps not to be read alone too late into the evening.

This true-crime will have you staying up at night in the best way possible. Michelle McNamara "Be Gone in the Dark" keeps you captivated as you discover the horrifying tale of a serial killer that once terrorized California, the Golden State Killer. You’ll find yourself checking your doors and jumping at sounds as you read through this book. This already compelling read is made even timelier with the recent arrest of a suspect.

In Jo Nesbo’s new thriller, "Macbeth," he tackles the large task of reimagining William Shakespeare’s Scottish play. Nesbo sets his version in the 1970s with Inspector Macbeth as the head of the SWAT team in a drug infested town. This is a dark and brutal story that is filled with corruption and ambition.

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