The September 3rd discussion focuses on Gail Martin's Deadly Curiosities.
The San Diego Book Discussion Group is led by Fearless Leader Christine. Participation is open to all readers; readers need not have completed a particular book to attend – it’s the perfect opportunity for readers to branch out and find new favorites!
Attendees receive 20% off of the current book club selection!
Best-selling and multiple-award winning and extremely busy author and
editor and teacher Jonathan Maberry kicks off MG’s September events with
his new zombie thriller, Fall of Night. Jonathan originally set his
infected serial killer on the loose in Pennsylvania in Dead of Night;
now a frantic search is on for the missing scientist who created the
patient zero, as authorities consider drastic burned earth solutions to
the spreading plague. Join Jonathan to discuss hand-to-hand combat, the
Rot and Ruin books, his comics work for IDW Publishing, and what the
future holds for the acclaimed local horror...
Since 1995, Father John O’Malley and Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden, the
stars of the Wind River Reservation Mysteries series, have been solving
crimes and setting things right. They are back in their eighteenth
outing, Margaret Coel’s Night of the White Buffalo. Rancher Dennis Carey
is found dead in his truck on the highway. While news of his death is
shocking, it’s made all the more intriguing with the revelation that the
most sacred of all beasts in Native American folklore, the white
buffalo calf, had recently been born on his ranch. A Colorado native,
and one who proclaims that mountains, plains,...
Steph Cha, author of 2013’s Follow Her Home, returns with her second
Juniper Song mystery, Beware Beware. A graduate of Stanford University
(where she studied English and East Asian studies) and Yale Law School,
Cha wrote fiction while studying for the bar. When she’s not working as a
temp attorney and author, she can be found freelancing book reviews and
contributing food writing for The Los Angeles Times. Juniper Song’s new
assignment, to observe a Los Angeles screenwriter at the behest of his
New-York-residing girlfriend, seems easy at first, but becomes all the
more complicated when he becomes...
It’s party time with local debut author Kathy Aarons, celebrating the
publication of Death is Like a Box of Chocolates! “Whether it’s to
satisfy a craving for chocolate or pick up the hottest new bestseller,
the locals in charming West Riverdale, Maryland, are heading to
Chocolates and Chapters, where everything sold is to die for…” Um, books
and chocolate? The MG Staff is enthused and has selected Death is Like a
Box of Chocolates as a Fantastic Firsts pick. Best friends Michelle
Serrano and Erica Russell are celebrating their new book-and-chocolates
business, prepping a cook-off for the massive...