Thursday, August 11th – 7-9 pm
Bird & Beckett Book Club discusses
The Beekeeper’s Apprentice, by Laurie King
Thursday, 8/11 – 7-9 pm: The Bird & Beckett Book Club discusses The Beekeeper’s Apprentice, by Laurie King. Come one, come all — call us at the shop to reserve a copy of the book. 10% off to book club participants.
Oakland born Laurie King’s long-running series of mysteries centered on Sherlock Holmes associate Mary Russell has been embraced for years by Bird & Beckett patrons. This is the first book in the series which now runs to 13 books with her latest, The Murder of Mary Russell. No time like this August to get started on the books that have been widely hailed since this one was nominated for the Agatha Award. “King has stepped onto the sacred literary preserve of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, poached Holmes, and brilliantly brought him to life again,” said the Washington Post Book World. View a wonderful trailer for the book here.
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Hot off the press from your neighborhood bookshop just in time for the lame duck period. 75 million voters, and counting, have rejected fascism and lies. 70 million haven’t yet made that commitment. Bully Goat’s Bluff might change a few of their minds.
Fits nicely in an invitation envelope for mailing. Fits in a pocket as well.
~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~
$15 and worth every penny
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