It's a Mystery! meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 10:00-11:00 am in Meeting Room B. Refreshments are served!
Upcoming It's a Mystery book discussions
July 13 : Whose Body? by Dorothy Sayers
If Claire de Witt is a New Age detective, Lord Peter Wimsey is an old-fashioned one—a futsy, upperclass Englishman who also solves crimes. Sayers became famous for her later novels featuring Wimsey and Harriet Vane. Whose Body? is her debut effort and a good way to see what a master of mystery was like before she got famous (and, some would say, before she got really good).
August 10 : The Red Parts by Maggie Nelson
In 1969, Maggie Nelson’s aunt, Jane Mixer, was found dead in a cemetery fourteen miles from the University of Michigan, where she was a law student. For decades, it was assumed she was another victim of a Michigan serial killer, but her case was never officially solved. In 2004, just as a book of poems Nelson wrote about her aunt was about to come out, DNA evidence pointed to a new suspect in the case. The Red Parts—both a true crime book and a memoir—is her account of what came next.