Book Discussion

Warwick Summer Read: The Memory of Running Book Discussion

Sitting back with a great summer read is a rare pleasure, and talking about it with others who liked it, too, can make a book even more enjoyable.

 

The Warwick Summer Read for 2019 is The Memory of Running by Ron McLarty.


The Memory of Running is the story of a man who loses everything and embarks on a spontaneous bike ride to escape his grief. His bike ride becomes an epic, hilarious, luminous, and extraordinary journey of discovery and redemption.

 

Wednesday is Murder Mystery Book Group - The Precipice by Paul Doiron - A Zoom Discussion

The Wednesday is Murder Mystery Book Group will meet on Zoom to discuss The Precipice by Paul Doiron. When two young female hikers disappear in the Hundred Mile Wilderness - the most remote stretch along the entire two thousand mile Appalachian Trial- Maine game warden Mike Bowditch joins the  search to find them.

This discussion will be on Zoom. Please email maryanneqn@gmail.com to receive th link to the discussion. 

 

 

Wednesday is Murder Mystery Book Group - The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler - A Zoom Discussion

The Wednesday is Murder Mystery Book Group will  meet on Zoom to discuss The Big Sleep by Raymone Chandler. The Big Sleep, first published in 1939, is one of the more influential works in the modern mystery genre. Email maryanneqn@gmail.com for a link to the discussion. The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler is "always available" for download on Hoopla as an ebook or audiobook. It is also available on the Ezone. 

Zoom Meeting - Wednesday is Murder Mystery Book Group - The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie

The Wednesday is Murder Mystery Book Group will discuss The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie. This book is available as an "always available" ebook on the Ezone, and also as an audiobook. It is also available on Hoopla as an ebook or audiobook. This will be a Zoom discussion. Contact maryanneqn@gmail.com for a link to join the program!

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