mysteries

"Criminology" Our Next "ology" Thursday, November 14 at 4 pm

"Whooooooo dunit?"  Find the clues to the mysteries.  Do some detective work during "Criminology" in the Children's Activity Room, Thursday, November 14, at 4 pm.   

We have lots of mystery books to read. Come and find some to take home with you. Do you have a library card?  Check it out with your grownups.

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Resolution: Read More!

If your New Year’s Resolutions list includes reading we have a great suggestion.  Get more out of the experience by joining one of our three book clubs – Mystery, Evening and Afternoon.  The Evening book club meets the 1st Monday of the month at 7pm.  The January 7 book is Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay.  The Afternoon Book Club meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 1pm.  The January 10 is reader’s choice - pick your favorite biography.  The Just Desserts Mystery Book Club meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 2pm to enjoy desserts and the latest mystery.  We’ll be discussing

Did They Get Their Just Desserts?

There's still time to read the next book for our mystery book club!  On Wednesday, July 11 at 2 PM, the Just Desserts Mystery Book Club will be meeting once again to discuss our latest book A Bad Day's Work by Nora McFarland.  Best of all, we will be discussing the book with Nora McFarland herself via Skype! 

 

Summer Reading is for Adults, too!

Our Summer Reading Program got off to an uproarious start Monday, June 4th, with a puppet show for children. Tuesday, June 5th, the teen program kicks off with a Hunger Games party that references the book by Suzanne Collins that has teens reading vociferously this summer.

For adults, we're taking on the Summer Reading Program theme 'Get a Clue' by featuring mysteries by Texas authors and/or with Texas settings. Our book display on the round wall has been up for two days and in that time we've stocked it twice, so enjoy Texas mysteries this summer and keep our librarians running to keep you supplied!

Baldwin Boettcher Mystery Book Club

According to the website Cozy-Mystery.com, most of the cozy mysteries that they read take place in a small, picturesque town or village, with characters who I could envision having as neighbors or friends.  I think this will apply nicely to the topic for our May Mystery Book Club.  Come join us on May 23rd at 2 pm for a discussion of the cozy mysteries you have read for the month.  

Mystery Book Club

Mysteries lovers come enjoy the discussion of our favorite authors, books and settings.  Sometimes we even discuss our favorite way of doing away with someone.

Treats are always offered so as we discuss we enjoy a treat.  Sometimes the recipe will even be prepared from the books we have read.

January 11th at 2 pm we will be meeting again.  So come join us as we share our favorite bibliophile mysteries.  One author we thought about reading was Kate Carlisle.  There is also a series of mysteries about a book store ghost.  So search hi and low for your favorite or just needing something to read bibliophile mystery and we will discuss it during our next book club meeting.  See you there.

Mystery Book Club

Mysteries are on the rise.  The Who Done Its are growing in popularity.  On December 21, 2011, the Baldwin Boettcher Mystery Book Club will be once again discovering Culinary Mysteries.  Come join us for a lively discussion and bring your own favorites on this topic.  See you at 2 pm on December 21st.

Mystery Book Club Meeting

Watch Me DieDon't miss the monthly meeting of Katy's Mystery Book Club this Saturday, November 5 at 10:30am.  The selection this month is Watch Me Die by Erica Spindler

So Mysterious!

Did you know that the Maud Marks Library has added a NEW book club for the summer.  Our mystery book club will be meeting on Monday, July 18 at 2 PM.  We will be discussing Grave Goods the third in the Mistress in the Art of Death series by Ariana Franklin.  Everyone is invited to join us for a discussion of this facinating and fun book.  There are extra copies behind the customer service desk.  And don't worry, you have plenty of time to read the book.  It's a really fast read!  Then, don't forget to join us again on August 8 as we discuss Dog On It by Spencer Quinn.

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