Do you enjoy a light and entertaining read? We do too!
We usually meet on the first Wednesday of every month at 11:00 am.
Our next discussion will be on Wednesday, March 14 at 11:00.
Crocodile on the Sandbank by Elizabeth Peters
“If Indiana Jones were female, a wife, and a mother who lived in Victorian times, he would be Amelia Peabody Emerson.”-Publishers Weekly
Amelia Peabody, that indomitable product of the Victorian age, embarks on her debut Egyptian adventure armed with unshakable self-confidence, a journal to record her thoughts, and, of course, a sturdy umbrella. On her way to Cairo, Amelia rescues young Evelyn Barton-Forbes, who has been abandoned by her scoundrel lover. Together the two women sail up the Nile to an archeological site run by the Emerson brothers-the irascible but dashing Radcliffe and the amiable Walter. Soon their little party is increased by one-one mummy that is, and a singularly lively example of the species.
Strange visitations, suspicious accidents, and a botched kidnapping convince Amelia that there is a plot afoot to harm Evelyn. Now Amelia finds herself up against an unknown enemy-and perilous forces that threaten to make her first Egyptian trip also her last . . .
Praise for Elizabeth Peters and Crocodile on the Sandbank
“A writer so popular that the public library has to keep her books under lock and key.” –Washington Post Book World
“Grand views of Egyptian antiquities . . . a sparkling series.”
-Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review
April 4: Dying for Strawberries by Sharon Farrow