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The book club has been running for over 3 years now, meeting once a month in Signal and has proved to be very interesting. We have lost people and gained some new ones along the way. It is a serious book club, so no alcohol involved, but yet it is a bit of fun.

 

 

Members are currently reading  Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce




Venue: Signal Arts Centre Gallery

Date: 1st Tuesday of every month

Next Meeting: Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

Time: 5pm


 

 


4th April   The Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz

 

From the New York Times bestselling author of Moriarty and Trigger Mortis, this fiendishly brilliant, riveting thriller weaves a classic whodunit worthy of Agatha Christie into a chilling, ingeniously original modern-day mystery. 

 

When editor Susan Ryeland is given the manuscript of Alan Conway’s latest novel, she has no reason to think it will be much different from any of his others. After working with the bestselling crime writer for years, she’s intimately familiar with his detective, Atticus Pünd, who solves mysteries disturbing sleepy English villages. 

 

An homage to queens of classic British crime such as Agatha Christie and Dorothy Sayers, Alan’s traditional formula has proved hugely successful. So successful that Susan must continue to put up with his troubling behavior if she wants to keep her job. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



2nd May   Lying in Wait by Liz Nugent

 

 

The last people who expect to be meeting with a drug-addicted prostitute are a respected judge and his reclusive wife. And they certainly don't plan to kill her and bury her in their exquisite suburban garden.

 

Yet Andrew and Lydia Fitzsimons find themselves in this unfortunate situation.

 

While Lydia does all she can to protect their innocent son Laurence and their social standing, her husband begins to falls apart.

 

 

 

 

 




6th June   Days without End by Sebastion Barry

 

 

From the two-time Man Booker Prize finalist Sebastian Barry, “a master storyteller” (Wall Street Journal), comes a powerful new novel of duty and family set against the American Indian and Civil Wars.

 

Thomas McNulty, aged barely seventeen and having fled the Great Famine in Ireland, signs up for the U.S. Army in the 1850s. With his brother in arms, John Cole, Thomas goes on to fight in the Indian Wars—against the Sioux and the Yurok—and, ultimately, the Civil War.

 

Moving from the plains of Wyoming to Tennessee, Sebastian Barry’s latest work is a masterpiece of atmosphere and language.