[bookshare-discuss] reminder, mysteries book discussion group meeting
- From: Ann Parsons <akp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: bardtalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sat, 16 Apr 2011 07:36:38 -0400
Morning all, News WireThe next meeting of the Mystery Book Discussion Group will be held on the third Sunday of April, April 17, 2011. Come join us! All are welcome. We at the Mystery Discussion Group would like to wish all of you a happy Easter and Passover. Due to the fact that April 24th is Easter Sunday, our meeting as been switched, for this month only, to the third Sunday of April, the 17th. Please mark your calendars accordingly.
We will be discussing Cardington Crescent by Anne Perry. You can find it on the BARD site by searching for DB 26079This is also its RC number, and you can request it from your regional library on cassette.
You can find it on Bookshare at: http://www.bookshare.org/browse/book/26518We look forward to having you share your opinions and your knowledge of mysteries with us.
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