March 13 ~ Mother Daughter Team
High tech mysteries by the American mother-daughter writing team know as P.J. Tracy: Patricia (P.J) and Traci Lambrecht. Copies available at the 2nd floor Reference Desk.
April 10 ~ The Medieval Mystery
Experience the wisdom of Brother Cadfael, the 12th century monk and herbalist in Shrewsbury, England by Ellis Peters
May 8 ~ The Butler Did It!
Author Mary Roberts Rinehart, the first American mystery novelist, source of the famous phrase, “The butler did it!” Inventor of the "Had-I-But-Known" school of mystery writing.
June 12 ~ Explore Our National Parks…
…with Anna Pigeon mysteries by Nevada Barr in America’s national parks.
July 10 ~ Meet Maisie Dobbs,
…psychologist and investigator in the aftermath of World War I by author Jacqueline Winspear.
August 14 ~ The Talented Miss Highsmith
Patricia Highsmith – author of the “Talented Mr. Ripley “ stories and many psychological “stand-alone” crime novels.
September 11 ~ No Vampires
Charlaine Harris presents librarian Aurora Teagarden and housecleaner Lily Bard. No vampires in these tales!
October 9 ~ P. D. James ~ Not Adam Dalgliesh
That includes 4 titles: An Unsuitable Job for a Woman; The Skull Beneath the Skin; Innocent Blood; and Death Comes to Pemberley. Take your pick!
November 13 ~ On the Segregation of the Queen
Fifteen year old Mary Russell teams up with retired Sherlock Holmes in “The Beekeeper’s Apprentice” by Laurie R. King. Tonight we choose our reading for next year. Always an exciting event!
December ~ No meeting this month. See you in 2015!