The winter is a great time for armchair mysteries, so we’re starting the new year out right with a classic by Agatha Christie, “And Then There Were None.” It’s considered by the author herself to be her most difficult book to write, and it’s one of the all-time best-selling books, with over 100 million copies sold! It’s a classic “locked-room” mystery whereby a group of people with murder in their past are invited to a secluded island…and start to drop one by one. Who’s killing them? We’ll discuss it in January.
We meet in the back room (behind the children’s section) of the Midtown Scholar. Please RSVP and/or send questions to Joe Foner at email@example.com. See you there, and happy reading!
***Special Note: We’re also starting a six-month challenge read, whereby we pick a lengthy book (1,000 or more pages) and take six months to read it. We’ll be picking the book at January’s meeting, and will be discussing the book in mid- to late July 2018. If interested, please e-mail Joe at the above e-mail.