We Love a Mystery

Coordinator

Name Email Phone
Dottie Boatman                      
boatmandorothy@gmail.com 608-257-1898

At the end of the previous semester, class participants selected five mystery novels and the short story anthology, The Best American Mystery Stories 2011, Harlan Coben, ed. Full-length novels alternate weekly with short stories. Members take turns leading the week’s discussion. A novel, Standing in Another Man’s Grave (an Inspector Rebus novel), 2013, by Ian Rankin, will be discussed at our first meeting and the remaining novels and short stories scheduled. Novels are available on loan from the South Central Library System. Anthologies are usually purchased. Limited photo-copying is expected.

Location

 Oakwood Village – University Woods

Meeting Day

 Thursday  

Meeting Time

 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Start Date

 September 29, 2016

End Date

 December 8, 2016

Participation

 High participation and/or presentation

Class Size

 18

Class notes

To enroll, please contact Dottie Boatman before the first class meeting. Email boatmandorothy@gmail.com or call 257-1898 (leave message.)

No class November 24.

 

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