Book Club Discussion | The Murder at the Vicarage
We often offer book discussions in support of our public events and also for our monthly Luann Dummer Center for Women Book Club.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Luann Dummer Center for Women
O'Shaughnessy Education Center, Room 103
Free and Open to the Public
Feel free to bring your lunch and/or beverage for the discussion.
This year, in honor of our March 2013 Women’s History Month speaker Dr. Sara Paretsky, we will focus on women mystery writers. We have included in our list some classic titles and some less well-known. We are focusing on novels with female detectives.
The Murder at the Vicarage
"Murder at the Vicarage" marks the debut of Agatha Christie's unflappable and much beloved female detective, Miss Jane Marple. With her gift for sniffing out the malevolent side of human nature, Miss Marple is led on her first case to a crime scene at the local vicarage. Colonel Protheroe, the magistrate whom everyone in town hates, has been shot through the head. No one heard the shot. There are no leads. Yet, everyone surrounding the vicarage seems to have a reason to want the Colonel dead. It is a race against the clock as Miss Marple sets out on the twisted trail of the mysterious killer without so much as a bit of help from the local police.