If you’ve never really delved into the world of the Mystery genre, you don’t know what you’re missing! Indeed, it can be a very frightening place. Where do you start? There are so many series, authors, sub-genres… How do you pick a good one?
Good news! Our “Whodunnit” evening mystery book club is the perfect place to start! This group meets every second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Carnegie Room, lower level. This lively group come out to socialize and/or to expand their reading interests. The mystery books chosen are often from well-known authors, classics, from series; books that will help give you a good foundation of the mystery genre so you can explore the mystery section with confidence. The Whodunnit Book Club meetings often discuss a variety of mystery authors, series, characters, and books, rather than just sticking to one particular type of mystery genre or author. Variety is the spice of life and a good mystery!
The next meeting takes place on Tuesday, February 10 @ 7 PM. We will be discussing “The Winter Queen” by Boris Akunin. Extra copies of this book are available on the Holds/Book Club shelf on the main level of the library, near the Circulation Desk. There is no registration required; just drop-in. Everyone is welcome!
Have questions or need more information? Contact Susan by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (519) 631-6050 ext. 8013.