Under the happy guidance of Pam Wood, the Mysteries and More Book Club convenes every third Wednesday to cheerfully dissect the juiciest mysteries.
The selection for March is Murder on the Lusitania by Conrad Allen. September 1907. George Porter Dillman sets sail from Liverpool on the New York-bound Lusitania for its maiden voyage. Hired by the ship's captain to pose as a passenger, George is in fact sailing the high seas as a private detective for the Cunard Line. While on board, he expects only to deal with petty crimes--some random vandalism and a scuffle or two in the bar, most likely. But then the ship's blueprints are stolen from the chief engineer's room and a man is killed in his cabin.
@ Westbank Library on Wednesday, March 20th at 1:00 p.m.
Are you wondering what kinds of books this group had read in the past? Here is the list for the last year.
- February, 2013 - And Only to Deceive by Tasha Alexander
- January, 2013 - Conundrum by Susan Cory
- October, 2012 - Snakeskin Shamisen by Naomi Hirahara
- September, 2012 - The Age of Doubt by Andrea Camilleri
- August, 2012 - The Haning Tree by Bryan Gruley
- July, 2012 - Citizen Vince by Jess Walter
- June, 2012 - Gallows View by Peter Robinson
- May, 2012 - A Duty to the Dead by Charles Todd
- April, 2012 - The Dead Man by Joel Goldman
- March, 2012 - Death on a high Floor by Charles Rosenberg