Mystery Book Group

This dedicated group of Mystery lovers has met for many years, reading and discussing different styles of mysteries.  In December, they like to choose a holiday-themed "cozy" and then bake and share delicious items suggested in the book.

This book group meets on the fourth Sunday of the month at 12:30 pm.

Don't forget!
Books for the group are 10% off the month prior to the discussion.


Blood on the Tracks Cover Image
ISBN: 9781503936867
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Published: Thomas & Mercer - October 1st, 2016

Meeting on Sunday, January 28 at 12:30pm.

Sydney Parnell, fresh from her days in war-torn Iraq, now works as a railway cop in a town that has been shaken by a recent murder; the only suspect is the victim’s fiancé, a severely scarred Iraq War veteran known simply as the Burned Man. In what initially appears to be a cut-and-dried case, Parnell quickly learns that nothing is as it seems, and she may be the only person with the knowledge and influence to protect the freedom of the innocent.

Sandrine's Case Cover Image
ISBN: 9780802155146
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Published: Mysterious Press - August 12th, 2014

Discussion on Sunday, February 25 at 12:30pm.

Thomas H. Cook is a critically acclaimed figure in crime writing, often praised for the clarity of his prose and the sheer drive of his storytelling. In Sandrine’s Case, Cook delves into the tumultuous relationship of Samuel and Sandrine, an unlikely pair whose marriage is tragically cut short when Sandrine is found dead. Suspicious eyes fall on Samuel as unexpected secrets about the couple come to light, leaving it up to him to prove his innocence.

Darktown Cover Image
ISBN: 9781501133879
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Published: Atria Books - June 6th, 2017

Meeting on Sunday, March 25 at 12:30pm.

When the Atlanta police department hires its first black officers in 1948, the two newly minted policemen are met with deep hostility by their white peers. Their authority is limited, but that doesn’t stop them from stepping in when the rest of their department doesn’t seem to care about a black woman who has turned up fatally beaten. Pressured from all sides, they will risk their jobs, the trust the community has put in them, and even their own safety to investigate her death.