We Love a Mystery

Coordinator

Name Email Phone
Barbara Evans                      
evansbj@charter.net 608-833-6822

The focus of this course is to read and critique contemporary mystery novels and short stories. Members take turns leading the discussions focusing on the author, the setting, character and plot development, and story conclusion. Books and stories are chosen at the end of each semester for the next semester. Full-length novels alternate weekly with short stories. The first novel is Zero Day by David Baldacci. The short stories are selected from the short story anthology The Best American Mystery Stories 2011. Novels are available from the South Central Library System. Anthologies are usually purchased. Limited photo-copying is expected. 

Location

 Covenant Presbyterian Church

Meeting Day

 Thursday  

Meeting Time

 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Start Date

 February 23, 2017

End Date

 April 27, 2017

Participation

 High participation and/or presentation

Class Size

 18

Class notes

To enroll, please contact Barbara Evans at evansbj@charter.net or 608-833-6822 before the first class meeting. 

 

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