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Event Schedule www.mysterytomebooks.com

Event Schedule

www.mysterytomebooks.com

Thursday

October 19

7 pm

Debussy’s Paris – Piano

Portraits of the Belle Époque by Catherine Kautsky

Readers will get a tour of Paris through detailed descriptions of the city’s diversions and the music Debussy wrote reflecting them.

Catherine Katsky is chair of keyboard at Lawrence University and has been lauded by the New York Times as “a pianist who can play Mozart and Schubert as though their sentiments and habits of speech coincided exactly with hers…”

and habits of speech coincided exactly with hers…” Friday October 20 6 pm Fresca Opera presents

Friday

October 20

6 pm

Fresca Opera presents Opera

Friday October 20 6 pm Fresca Opera presents Opera Storytellers! Opera is a series of notes

Storytellers!

Opera is a series of notes from the soul. Arias performed with the most intimate of instruments: The human voice. Accompanied by six strings and the history behind the notes, Opera Storytellers presents operatic music like you have never heard it before. Acoustic. Pure. Naked. Opera Storytellers performs this music the way it was intended to be. A connection without interference. Just pure music.

Tuesday

October 24

7 pm

It’s the Annual Dudgeon-Monroe Neighborhood Fall Gathering! Meet new neighbors and celebrate our great community.
It’s the Annual Dudgeon-Monroe
Neighborhood Fall Gathering! Meet new
neighbors and celebrate our great community.

Mystery to Me Book Club

Salem’s Cipher by Jess Lourey

Wednesday

October 25

6 pm

Thursday

Michael Stanley

'A wonderful, original voice – McCall Smith with

dark edge and even darker underbelly’ - Peter James

a

‘Under the African sun, Michael Stanley’s Detective Kubu investigates crimes as dark as

the darkest of Nordic Noir. Call it Sunshine Noir,

you will – a must read’ - Yrsa Sigurðardóttirund?

if

as dark as the darkest of Nordic Noir. Call it Sunshine Noir, you will – a

October 26

7

pm

 

Wednesday

Jeremi Suri discusses The Impossible Presidency – The Rise and Fall of America’s Highest Office

Jeremi Suri discusses The Impossible Presidency – The Rise and Fall of America’s Highest Office

This book charts the rise and fall of the American presidency, from the limited role envisaged by the Founding Fathers to its current status as the most powerful job in the world. The Impossible Presidency traces America's disenchantment with our recent presidents to the inevitable mismatch between presidential promises and the structural

Nov. 1

7

pm

 

limitations of the office.

Jeremi Suri holds the Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. He is a professor in the university's Department of History and the LBJ School of Public Affairs. He previously held a position in the History Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 

Stay tuned for details about the Wisconsin Book Festival and the Wisconsin Science Festival!

Thursday

Wisconsin Book Festival presents Jeremi Suri (see description of book above)

Community Room, Madison Public Library

Wisconsin Book Festival presents Jeremi Suri (see description of book above) Community Room, Madison Public Library

Nov. 2

5:30 pm

Sunday

History’s Mysteries Book Club

 

Nov. 5

12:30 pm

Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith

Friday

Doug Moe interviews Authors Matt Goldman and Wendy Webb

Doug Moe interviews Authors Matt Goldman and Wendy Webb

Gone to Dust -- A rare murder in a tranquil suburban neighborhood in the dead of winter…the body and house littered with dirt from hundreds of emptied vacuum cleaner bags. A page-turning first murder mystery novel from former Minnesota resident and Emmy award-winning TV writer and producer, Matt Goldman.

and Emmy award-winning TV writer and producer, Matt Goldman. End of Temperance Dare – Meet Eleanor

End of Temperance Dare – Meet Eleanor Harper, who recently left her crime-writing job due to post traumatic stress disorder after too many years spent covering gruesome cases. When the director of an artist's retreat decides to retire, it seems like the perfect opportunity for Eleanor. But from the moment she arrives at Cliffside Manor she is plunged into the building's dark past, one that included the manor being used as a tuberculosis sanatorium, and decades of mysterious deaths.

Nov. 10

7

pm

 

Saturday

2018 Women Artists Calendar Join cover artist Lori Chilefone and poets Andrea Potos, Katrin Talbot,

2018 Women Artists Calendar

Join cover artist Lori Chilefone and poets Andrea Potos, Katrin Talbot, and Catherine Jagoe. They’ll read from this delightful collection of poems as well as from some of their own work.

Nov. 11

2

pm

 
Thursday, November 23 Happy Thanksgiving Closed Today

Thursday, November 23 Happy Thanksgiving

Closed Today

Friday

Nov. 24

Wow – it’s the day after Thanksgiving Open 10 am to 8 pm

Saturday

Nov. 25

All day!

Saturday Nov. 25 All day!

Sunday

Nov. 26

3 pm

Agatha Christie Book Club

Sad Cyprus

Monday

Nov. 27

Open Monday ‘til 7pm

Wednesday

Nov. 29

6 pm

Mystery to Me Book Club

Alice Network by Kate Quinn

Sunday

Dec. 3

Wednesday Nov. 29 6 pm Mystery to Me Book Club Alice Network by Kate Quinn Sunday

Monroe Street Christmas Walk…

Sunday

History’s Mysteries Book Club

Dec. 3

12:30 pm

Death Rides the Zephyr by Janet Dawson

 

Open Mondays in December!

Saturday

 

Allen Eskens discusses The Deep Dark Descending

December

December

16

2 pm

A new mystery from the USA Today bestselling author of The Life We Bury, The Guise of Another and The Heavens May Fall. His debut novel, The Life We Bury, has been published in 16 languages and is being developed for a feature film!

About the Book Homicide Detective Max Rupert never fully accepted his wife's death, even when he believed that a reckless hit and run driver was the cause. But when he learns that in fact she was murdered, he devotes himself to hunting

down her killers.

Monday

Closed today to celebrate Christmas

December

25

 

Tuesday

Boxing Day – yes, we’re open

December

26

Winter Hours Begin

Just a note before we head into

Winter Hours December 26 – March 31 Monday: Closed Tuesday – Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm Sunday: 11 am – 4 pm

2018….