Mystery Book Club

If you enjoy a good mystery, cozy or otherwise, why not join us on the third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. for conversation and socializing. All are welcome! We currently meet via Zoom. If you would like to join in, please send an e-mail to registrations@boontonholmeslibrary.org, and we will send you your Zoom invite.

2021 List of Titles

May 17

Death at La Fenice (Commissario Brunetti, #1)

Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon
(Commissario Brunetti #1)

There is little violent crime in Venice, a serenely beautiful floating city of mystery and magic, history and decay. But the evil that does occasionally rear its head is the jurisdiction of Guido Brunetti, the suave, urbane vice-commissario of police and a genius at detection. Now all of his admirable abilities must come into play in the deadly affair of Maestro Helmut Wellauer, a world-renowned conductor who died painfully from cyanide poisoning during an intermission at La Fenice.

June 21  

Hallowed Murder (Jane Lawless, #1)

Hallowed Murder by Ellen Hart (Jane Lawless #1)

The police call Allison Lord’s drowning a suicide, but her housemates at her University of Minnesota sorority insist it was murder. That’s when alumnae advisor, Jane Lawless, steps in to find out the truth. Assisted by her irrepressible sidekick Cordelia, Jane searches for clues, and what she finds is as chilling as the Minnesota winter. At a lonely vacation lodge, amidst the icy snow drifts, she risks her life to ensnare a cunning killer.

July 19

Tony Hillerman

August 16

Spider Woman's Daughter (Leaphorn  & Chee, #19)

Spider Woman’s Daughter by Anne Hillerman (Leaphorn & Chee #19)

Legendary tribal sleuths Leaphorn and Chee are back! The supremely talented daughter of New York Times bestselling mystery author Tony Hillerman continues the popular series with this fresh new Navajo Country mystery-her debut novel-filled with captivating lore, startling suspense, bold new characters, vivid color, and rich atmosphere It happened in an instant: After a breakfast with colleagues, Navajo Nation Police Officer Bernadette Manualito saw a truck squeal into the parking lot and heard a crack of gunfire. When the dust cleared, someone very close to her was lying on the asphalt in a pool of blood.

September – December:  TBD