June182012
We recently kicked off Mystery Summer at the Mid-Manhattan Library! Visit bit.ly/mysterysummer to see our full schedule of Film Noir screenings, online book discussions, and more. Throughout the summer, we also be highlighting free mystery-themed ebooks.
Our first selection is G.K.Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare, available as a free download for the Kindle, Nook, and Sony E-reader.
This 1907 novel reveals an Edwardian era London teeming with anarchists, undercover detectives, and the philosophical musings common to the author’s more well-known Father Brown mysteries.
We will also be discussing it online as part of our Readers Den book discussion this July!

We recently kicked off Mystery Summer at the Mid-Manhattan Library! Visit bit.ly/mysterysummer to see our full schedule of Film Noir screenings, online book discussions, and more. Throughout the summer, we also be highlighting free mystery-themed ebooks.

Our first selection is G.K.Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare,¬†available as a free download for the Kindle, Nook, and Sony E-reader.

This 1907 novel reveals an Edwardian era London teeming with anarchists, undercover detectives, and the philosophical musings common to the author’s more well-known Father Brown mysteries.

We will also be discussing it online as part of our Readers Den book discussion this July!

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