You'll love these weblinks chosen by our expert librarians.

  • American Literature on the Web - An excellent starting point for high school and college students doing research on American literature, history and culture, this site has hundreds of links to general resources, bibliographies, full-text writings, map collections, and timelines.
  • Literary Resources on the Web - "A collection of links to sites on the Internet dealing especially with English and American literature, excluding most single electronic texts, and limited to collections of information useful to academics"--Opening screen.

For Adults: Follow the Clues

  • Bibliomysteries – Bibliomysteries have settings, plots, or substantial characters in them related to the world of books, writers, archives, and libraries. This is the official page, but the mysteries are now hosted in LibraryThing, linked off of
  • Biography Mysteries – The Biography Channel's website for television mysteries and discussions that features a mystery of the day.
  • Mystery Net – Online mystery network offering mystery entertainment and information.
  • The Mystery Reader – The Mystery Reader offers the latest reviews and news of current mystery novels.
  • Mystery Writers of America – Mystery Writers of America is the premier organization for mystery writers, professionals allied to the crime writing field, aspiring crime writers, and those devoted to the genre.
  • Sherlockian – A web portal about all things Sherlock Holmes.