Join us on Tuesday February 15th at 7:30pm, on Slack (see instructions below) for the GPL Mystery Book Group’s discussion of Inherit the Dead by Lee Child, et al. Copies of the books are available in regular print, large print and as an audio on CD, so stop by the library to pick up a physical copy. It is also available as an eBook through Overdrive / Libby.
Description: To find an angel, he made a deal with the devil. Pericles "Perry" Christo is a PI with a past--a former cop, who lost his badge and his family when a corruption scandal left him broke and disgraced. When wealthy Upper East Side matron Julia Drusilla summons him one cold February night, he grabs what seems to be a straightforward (and lucrative) case. The socialite is looking for her beautiful, aimless daughter, Angelina, who is about to become a very wealthy young woman. But as Christo digs deeper, he discovers there's much more to the lovely "Angel" than meets the eye. Her father, her best friend, her boyfriends all have agendas of their own. Angel, he soon realizes, may be in grave danger. and if Christo gets too close, he just might get caught in the crossfire. This classic noir tale twists and turns down New York's mean streets and along Hamptons' beaches and back roads during a bitterly cold and gray winter where nothing is as it seems and everyone has something to hide. In an inventive storytelling approach, each writer brings his or her distinctive voice to a chapter of Inherit the Dead, building the tension to a shocking, explosive finale.
On Tuesday February 15th at 7:30pm join us on Slack:
Use the following link to sign up for an account:
If you have already signed up for an account, use this link to get to the log in screen:
Once you have logged in, make sure the top of the screen says: #february-15-gpl-mystery-book-group-inherit-the-dead
If it does not, then look for the channel name on the left hand side of the screen and click on it.
If you have any questions about how to read or listen to the digital titles, how to get a physical copy of the book or how participate in the discussion, contact the Grafton Public Library at email@example.com