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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Men's Book Discussion Meets January 16

In suburban Washington, D.C., February 2013 was a good month for murder. Twelve homicides. Three police-involved shootings. And the furious hunt for "an especially brutal killer."

In A Good Month for Murder: The Inside Story of a Homicide Squad, bestselling author and Los Angeles Times reporter Del Quentin Wilber writes from inside the homicide unit of Prince George's County, Maryland, following 25 detectives and five sergeants through 28 days and nights of investigation into a record-setting murder spree.

Copies of A Good Month for Murder are now available to borrow from the Reference Desk. The Men's Book Discussion Group meets Monday, January 16, at 7P in the conference room. No registration is required; everyone ages 18 and up is welcome.

To learn more, contact Brett Peto, Public Services Assistant, at 630.529.1641 (ext. 223) or bpeto@roselle.lib.il.us.

Then visit the Men's Book Discussion Group on Goodreads for a preview of the discussion questions, information about the author, and much more.

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