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i can't find a book when i search the website, but when i look for interlibrary loan, it says you have it. how can i get it?

I'm looking for Undead and Unappreciated by MaryJane Davidson, and interlibrary loan won't let me because it shows you have it, but i can't search it on the website. i'm trying to read the whole series. Thank you!
Last Updated: Jan 28, 2018  |  6 Views

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You don't see it in our catalog because the record has been suppressed--the copy exists but is "missing"--meaning we will probably never see it again. :) You can still go ahead and request it via interlibrary loan.  We always check the status of an item that is seemingly still in our possession (but often turns out to be missing, or checked out since 2008...).

Thanks for your question!

Martha Grenzeback
Main Library

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