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Name Book Discussion - And the Award Goes To...
Start 2017/11/14 at 03:00:00 PM
End 2017/11/14 at 04:30:00 PM
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Carole Shmurak returns this fall to facilitate a new mystery series:

And the Award Goes To…
          Of the books that have won the major awards for mysteries, only one — Bootlegger’s Daughter (1992) by Margaret Maron — has won four:  the Edgar, the Agatha, the Anthony and the Macavity.  But several excellent mysteries have been multiple award winners, and this Fall we’ll read some of those.

September 12:  Bootlegger’s Daughter (1992) – Margaret Maron   
October 10:  The Lincoln Lawyer (2005) – Michael Connelly
November 14:  What the Dead Know (2007) – Laura Lippman

 

November 14:  What the Dead Know (2007) – Laura Lippman    .

Two sisters disappeared from a shopping mall thirty years ago., and their bodies were never found.  When a clearly disoriented woman involved in a hit-and-run case claims to be one of the long-gone girls, her refusal to give investigators any information about the other sister deepens the mystery. In a story that moves back and forth across the decades, only Kevin Infante, a Baltimore police detective, dares to be skeptical of her tale.  

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Carole Shmurak returns this fall to facilitate a new mystery series:

And the Award Goes To…
          Of the books that have won the major awards for mysteries, only one — Bootlegger’s Daughter (1992) by Margaret Maron — has won four:  the Edgar, the Agatha, the Anthony and the Macavity.  But several excellent mysteries have been multiple award winners, and this Fall we’ll read some of those.

September 12:  Bootlegger’s Daughter (1992) – Margaret Maron   
October 10:  The Lincoln Lawyer (2005) – Michael Connelly
November 14:  What the Dead Know (2007) – Laura Lippman

 

November 14:  What the Dead Know (2007) – Laura Lippman    .

Two sisters disappeared from a shopping mall thirty years ago., and their bodies were never found.  When a clearly disoriented woman involved in a hit-and-run case claims to be one of the long-gone girls, her refusal to give investigators any information about the other sister deepens the mystery. In a story that moves back and forth across the decades, only Kevin Infante, a Baltimore police detective, dares to be skeptical of her tale.  

\n\nContact: Caorle Shmurak : : cshmurak@comcast.net
Location Library Meeting Room
DateTime Stamp 2017/11/19 at 09:23:41 PM
UID 20171120T022341Z@eventkeeper.com


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