On May 5, Thursday,at 7pm, New Hampshire writer Mark Okrant will discuss his Grand Hotel Mysteries which delve into murderous intrigue in the North Country. Mark is a professor at Plymouth State University and is a tourism afficionado. He presents detective Kay Turnell, complete with fedora, who replaced his cap and gown with an investigators license.
On May 11, our noon book group will discuss Rappaport's The Romanov Sisters: the lost lives of Nicholas and Alexandra. This is an absorbing, chilling portrait of a Russian royal family in crisis, as waves of nationalism and workers shout their demands around the globe in the early 20th century.
Don't miss acclaimed author Marina Hirsch, as she discusses Flight of Remembrance (a USA Best Book Awards finalist) on Thursday, May 26 at 7pm. Ms. Hirsch paints a vivid telling of poignant love amid the chaos of WWII in Europe. She has received glowing reviews from library audiences throughout New Hampshire who announce that this is "A Program Not To Be Missed!"
We would like to remind our men that their very own coffee chat will be held May 6 & 20 at 9 am in the library. This group has grown exponentially over the years and affords our gentlemen friends opportunities to discuss heavy and jovial topics. Keep up with the news!
P.S. Don't forget Dunbarton's Arts on the Common scheduled for May 7 and 8.
Dunbarton Public Library
1004 School St
Dunbarton, NH 03046