Mystery abounds in Laurie King’s newest book, The God of the Hive. The tenth in the series dealing with Mary Russell (and Sherlock Holmes, my dear Watson) picks up right where the next most recent novel,
If you woke up this morning craving fish for breakfast, I can tell you why. I can also tell you why you stumbled down the hall to ask Miss Lemon to make some tea, and to phone Captain Hastings regarding your afternoon plans. You were fixated on the character of Hercule Poirot, the private detective invented by Agatha Christie, whose birthday is today.
The Raytown Branch Adult Book Group will be discussing The Watchman by Robert Crais for their October meetings. This is a mystery that finds a young rich girl, Larkin Conner Barkley, who is the target of killers after having a terrible car accident. She finds herself the sole witness in a secret federal investigation. When the U.S. Marshals and the finest security money can buy can't protect her, Larkins's wealthy family turns to the one man money can't buy-Joe Pike.
Mystery - Who done it? Historical, International, Police Procedural . . . What is your preference? Come join us at the Antioch Branch on October 25 at 7:00 for lively discussions. Refreshments served. For October, we are reading:
Antioch Branch, November 22 at 7:00. Mystery - Who done it? Historical, International, Police Procedural... what is your preference? Come join us for lively discussions. Refreshments served. For November, we are reading:
What kind of mystery person are you? Do you like mystery with a bit of romance? Every Move You Make by Carla Cassidy gives you both the mystery and romance. Cassidy states, "As far as I’m concerned, there’s nothing better than a vicarious thrill, a safe scare, and that’s what romantic suspense books offer the reader."