Meets at 7:30 pm on the second Tuesday of each month.  This book club has been going strong for 40+ years and loves to see new faces! Find out what the next book is below. 
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Adult Book Group: Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy - Meeting via Zoom

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 - 7:30pm

Join our discussion of McConaghy's Migrations

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Whether you loved it, hated it, or haven't finished it, we want to see you at our Adult Book Club that has been going strong for 40+ years at America's Oldest Children's Bookstore!

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Migrations: A Novel Cover Image
$16.99
ISBN: 9781250204035
Availability: Recently On Our Shelves
Published: Flatiron Books - July 6th, 2021

Digital audiobook of Migrations available from Libro.fm

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Migrations Cover Image
$10.99
ISBN: 9781250204011
Availability: Available Now
Published: Flatiron Books - August 3rd, 2020

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You’ve got to love a Wyoming sheriff who’s strong and stoic but also humane and a quoter of literature and philosophy!  In Land of Wolves, Walt Longmire’s investigating the death of a Basque shepherd and its possible link to a powerful family with a violent past, all while a renegade wolf is roaming the mountains picking off sheep, and possibly, men.  Johnson’s plots are always strong, but it’s the relationships between the characters that make the books so addicting.
 
If you’re looking for an especially exciting plot, try his previous book The Depth of Winter.  Longmire leaves Wyoming for Mexico to track down his adult daughter, who’s been kidnapped.  He seeks help from a contact in a bar in Juarez, and Johnson writes, “His face became somber, and his mouth hung open as if he were tasting the air between us like a snake.”  It ramps up from there!  - reviewed by Nikki