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Here lies a sampling of the collective RA knowledge of Massachusetts librarians.
This series should be on the top of your list for RA resources. Currently this series exists in three volumes covering roughly 10 years of publishing a piece, this resource lists individual titles with a brief description, subject references (perfect for plugging into your catalog or NoveList) and suggestions for further reads. Simple visual cues indicated titles that are especially appropriate for book groups and/or YA audiences.
Offers brief synopses of classic titles, grouped by subjects and provides recommendations for related reading, as well as companion screen adaptions.
Genre Overview: Adrenaline Genres
The Reading List (RUSA-CODES 2014)
Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews
The winning title in the Adrenaline Genre
This modern spy novel pits two covert operatives against each other in an intricate cat-and-mouse game. As Dominika and Nathaniel ply their tradecraft, they navigate the moral ambiguities of a post-Cold War world where no one is as they seem and betrayal is business as usual.