Let's Talk About It, Mysteries: Clues to Who We Are

MYSTERIES
  1. Michele Coleman

    Library Program Specialist
    Phone: 704-878-5423

About the Program

Let's Talk About It is a library discussion series featuring books meant to provoke curiosity about the author and subject matter. The meetings will be held bi-monthly on Thursday evenings from 6:00-8:00 pm. 

This year our theme focuses on mystery novels, and how the characters and situations relate to where we belong in the context of self, family and friends, the local community, and the wider world. To sign up and receive your copies of the books we will be discussing, ask at the front desk of the Statesville Library.

This project is made possible by funding from the North Carolina Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit and affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Let's Talk About It 2019 Lineup

Dance Hall of the Dead Time's Witness Devil in a Blue Dress Burn Marks The Last Child
By Tony Hillerman By Michael Malone By Walter Mosley By Sara Paretsky By John Hart
A year after his family is shattered by the disappearance of his twin sister, thirteen-year-old Johnny Merrimon risks everything in a final, desperate search through the dark side of his hometown with the aid of a giant-sized man.
Session Scholar: Jane Andrews
A year after his family is shattered by the disappearance of his twin sister, thirteen-year-old Johnny Merrimon risks everything in a final, desperate search through the dark side of his hometown with the aid of a giant-sized man.
Session Scholar: Julie Cartner
A year after his family is shattered by the disappearance of his twin sister, thirteen-year-old Johnny Merrimon risks everything in a final, desperate search through the dark side of his hometown with the aid of a giant-sized man.
Session Scholar: Anne Baker
A year after his family is shattered by the disappearance of his twin sister, thirteen-year-old Johnny Merrimon risks everything in a final, desperate search through the dark side of his hometown with the aid of a giant-sized man.
Session Scholar: Leon Lewis
A year after his family is shattered by the disappearance of his twin sister, thirteen-year-old Johnny Merrimon risks everything in a final, desperate search through the dark side of his hometown with the aid of a giant-sized man.
Session Scholar: Julie Cartner
Discussion meeting 1/17 Discussion meeting 1/31 Discussion meeting 2/14 Discussion meeting 2/28 Discussion meeting 3/14

Click to download the brochure: Let's Talk About It 2019