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More Mysteries for discussion

More Mysteries for discussion

Gary will be pleased to know that I’m finding more of the above for my book groups and this summer I’ve read three that I’ll be suggesting to the local mystery novel discussion groups. All are forthcoming this fall, but it’s never too soon to start looking for titles to add to the list of […]

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More Help for Mystery-Loving Bookgroups
By December 17, 2009 0 Comments Read More →

More Help for Mystery-Loving Bookgroups

Serving as a resource for book group members and facilitators is one of the most interesting aspects of my job. I love learning what other groups are reading and discussing. The titles a group selects can tell so much about the group’s personality. The most frequent request I receive from area readers who are in […]

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For the Mystery Book Group
By November 18, 2009 1 Comments Read More →

For the Mystery Book Group

Over at Points of Reference, Jessica is getting ready to start a mystery book group at her public library in January. She’s going to be using Read ’em Their Writes as a source and is wondering if there are any other good selections tools out there. Funny you should ask, Jess. I recently put together […]

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Questions for the Virgin

Questions for the Virgin

We can start with “is she really a virgin?” But let’s back up a bit. This year’s Kansas Reads… selection was Nancy Pickard’s standalone suspense novel, The Virgin of Small Plains. Twenty readers crowded into the meeting room to share opinions, thoughts, and musings on the third annual state-wide reading title. And it was a […]

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