In honor of Mystery Book Month, May’s book of the month is Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz.
From Dawn Towery: “Readers can imagine the frustration of book editor Susan Ryeland: the final chapters are missing from author Alan Conway’s latest mystery manuscript starring his Poirot-esque detective! Conway’s sudden, suspicious death means that Susan must piece together the ending by interviewing his friends and family; then she realizes that the novel’s characters are stand-ins for real people and that the book may be related to the author’s death. Containing a novel-within-a-novel, suspense, and plenty of details that Golden Age mystery fans will relish, the cleverly plotted Magpie Murders has something for everyone.”
Follow this link to find more mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition.
Thank you for another wonderful semester at Prairie State College! If you’ve graduated or are traveling on to another college or four-year institution, we wish you the best of luck in all your future plans. If you’re coming back in the fall, we look forward to seeing you all again soon. Catch your breath, get some sleep, drink water, visit friends and family, and read a book now and then to nourish your mind.
Take care, and have a beautiful summer!