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Natalie Robbins holding one of the mystery books she’s placed in a bin at the end of her driveway at 516 Sheridan Road for everyone to use. (Photo Submitted)
Joe Coughlin, Publisher
10:17 am CDT March 30, 2020

You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, and Natalie Robbins won’t let you. 

Robbins, a Glencoe resident and soon-to-be DePaul University graduate, has come up with a safe shelter-in-place activity in which residents can pick up a mystery book from her driveway at 516 Sheridan Road.

The mystery is not the genre of that book, at least not necessarily; the mystery is the title of the book, because Robbins has wrapped them in newspaper and included a list of clues as to the book’s premise.