What Are You Reading? 2018 Lists

Join the Clement Manor Center for Enrichment Book Club and the Mystery Books Club in 2018.
Open to members and guests.
No charge.
Enter at 9405 W. Howard Ave.
For more information call 414-546-7990.

Lifelong Learning Book Club
Open to everyone - Club meets from Noon to 1:00 pm
Discuss the latest hits or the classics. Each month’s book selection is based on the interest of the attendees and is led by a member of the group.

Tuesday, January 2 Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf, Alan Ken Haruf
Tuesday, February 6 Lilac Girls-A Novel by Martha Hall Kelly
Tuesday, March 6 The Boy at the Top of the Mountain by John Boyne
Tuesday, April 3 The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert
Tuesday, May 1 Commonwealth: A Novel by Ann Patchett

Monthly Mystery Books!
A Look at Mystery Series Authors
Open to everyone Club meets from 1 to 2pm

Join Holly Schoenecker as she visits some of her (and perhaps your) favorite mystery book series. What makes these series’ the same (true: there’s generally a body) but what else; what are the standards and the inventiveness of these writers? Are blondes always the villains, or is it those sultry brunettes? Should we always worry when the dark alley is deserted?

Monday, January 15 Still Life by Louise Penny-Three Pines, Canada, a hidden village established by Loyalists who fled the US during the Revolutionary War

Monday, February 19 Wish You Were Here by Rita Mae Brown-Rural Virginia, 2 cats and a dog discuss life and assist their human in solving mysteries

Monday, March 19 Earthly Delights by Kerry Greenwood-Melbourne, Australia, a bread baker who lives in Insula, an apartment building with residents and cats

Monday, April 16 Murder on the Iditarod Trail by Jessie Arnold & Alex Jensen