The Traveling Book Group is meeting to discuss A Murder in Time by Julie McElwain on Thursday, March 2 at 7:00.
From Library Journal: /* Starred Review */ FBI agent Kendra Donovan learned early on how to take care of herself. She brings that sense of survival to her career, gaining recognition and praise. But when a raid goes wrong, and half her team is killed, she goes rogue and travels to Aldrich Castle in England to hunt down the man responsible for so many deaths. Here begins a story line of time travel, used successfully by so many authors, including Karen Marie Moning, Audrey Niffenegger, and Diana Gabaldon. While escaping gunfire, Kendra runs into a stairwell that turns out to be a wormhole in time that closes behind her. She is still in Aldrich Castle, but now the year is 1815. Confused and almost delirious, she is mistaken for a lady’s maid from America by the Duke of Aldrich and his son, Alex. As she quickly adapts to her new reality, Kendra cannot help but become involved when a shocking murder occurs. What happens next tests everyone’s presumptions of who Kendra is and what she knows. –Susan Carr (Reviewed 04/15/2016) (Library Journal, vol 141, issue 7, p80)
Copies of the book are available at the library, and all are welcome to join the discussion. This book group meets on the first Thursday of every month at 7:00.