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Mixed Bag PM: Story Time for Grown-Ups
July 24, 2012
Love a good story? Sit back and relax as we read you a mystery or two.
July - New York, New York: It's a Mysterious Town
The Man Who Loved Flowers by Stephen King
Spring makes both love and flowers bloom, even in New York City in 1963. Everyone who saw the young man’s face knew he was in love, and they sighed and remembered if they were of a certain age or smiled and hoped if they were still young at heart. Meanwhile, the young man continued searching the city, looking for his Norma, again and again.
Too Many Crooks by Donald E. Westlake
Dortmunder’s planned bank robbery is off to a good start until he interrupts a robbery already in progress at the same bank.
Other June Story Time Dates - July 17
Last Stop, Ditmars by Tori Carrington
The widow of Mihalos Abramopoulos, the recently deceased owner of the Acropolis Diner in Astoria, asked me, owner of the Spyros Metropolis Detective Agency, to find her husband’s murderer. Was he killed accidentally when the diner was robbed during the 2006 blackout or was the killer someone he knew?
The Last Supper by Carole Lea Benjamin
Esther agrees to meet Harry and sign the divorce papers (finally!) at their favorite restaurant in The Village. It will be the last supper for one of them.
All programs are FREE and subject to last minute change or cancellation.
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