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Romance & Mystery Book Club | Feb 5

standoff by sandra brown novel

Participants discuss Sandra Brown’s Standoff, which tells the story of a reporter caught in a deadly hostage drama while investigating a kidnapping. All are welcome to join in the discussion!

When: Thursday, February 5th


Where: Lower Mills Library

27 Richmond Street, Dorchester

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Dinner and Book Club | January 23

Thursday January 23 –  Dinner and Book Club. ‘NW’ by Zadie Smith. Join Dot 2 Dot's regular group of readers or feel free to bring your own book club and enjoy great food and discussion in a quiet atmosphere. Doors open from 6.30 pm. 
For more deatils on this event please contact Dot 2 Dot Cafe 1739 Dorchester Ave, DOrchester MA 02124, or call 617 436-2368

Romance & Mystery Book Club | November

Thursday, November 7, 2013, 6:30pm,  Join the Lower Mills Branch Library to discuss:  Justice for Sara by Erica Spindler.  
Minor details of the book: A decade after being acquitted for her beloved sister's murder, Katherine McCall receives chilling anonymous letters that compel her to return to her hostile hometown.
For more information please visit:
Lower Mills Branch
Boston Public Library
27 Richmond Street
Dorchester, MA 02124


The Woman Upstairs | September 26

Meeting starts at 7pm on Thursday September 26. 

The Dinner and book club will be reading discussing:'The Woman Upstairs’ by Claire Messud. 

Dinner will be available and all are welcome to attend.

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Book Club @ Dot2Dot Café Jan 26

Thursday January 26. The chosen title is 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close' by Jonathan Safran Foer.   Nine-year-old Oskar Schell goes on a mission to find the lock that will match a mysterious key that  belonged to his father, who died in the World Trade Center on September 11. The story, told from different perspectives and several different time frames is often sad but also hilarious as this young boy embarks on a journey that will ultimately heal him. Dinner from 6pm, discussion from 7pm.  All are welcome.

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