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Jan 4 2012 10:30am

January Recommendations from Mysterious Galaxy

Mysterious Galaxy established itself as Southern California’s genre store for mystery and speculative fiction in San Diego in 1993, opening a second location in Redondo Beach (South Bay Los Angeles) in September 2011. The store hosts more than 100 author events a year, and participates in local conventions and off-site events, including Comic-Con International, as well as working with organizations, libraries, and schools to connect books and readers everywhere.  The store’s tagline, “Books of Martians, Murder, Magic, Mayhem & More,” reflects the selection of books the staff is passionate about sharing with readers.

Some of our favorite books from 2011 and even a couple of new arrivals for January:

[Take a look at our picks!]