For many of us, there’s nothing more tantalizing than a good mystery. It piques the curiosity, challenges the intellect and if it’s well crafted into story form, it can excite the reader like few other genres. Now all you literary whodunit fans have a place where you can convene and bounce your amateur sleuthing bent off each other.
Welcome to Mysteries at Moorer. The monthly pow-wow of prowess will gather at the Moorer Branch Public Library on Spring Hill to discuss given works.
First up is author Craig Johnson’s “Death Without Company.” The MPL summary reads: “When a resident at the Durant Home for Assisted Living is found poisoned, Sheriff Longmire finds her death proving as dramatic as her life, which was marked by connections to the coal-bed methane industry and an abusive husband.”
Look for additional discussions throughout the summer, on the second Tuesday of each month.
For more info, call Kay at 470-7770.
Mysteries at Moorer
Where: Moorer Branch of the Mobile Public Library (4 S. McGregor Ave.)
When: June 10, 6 p.m.
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