- May 26 & 27 - All libraries CLOSED for Memorial Day
West Valley's monthly book club is still going strong! Some of our members have been coming regularly for many years, but new members are always invited to join in on the literary fun and conversation. Members take turns suggesting titles for the group to read and discuss at the next meeting, which results in an interesting and diverse array of selections. Yesterday evening's discussion was centered around the classic My Antonia, but next month we're switching gears to Southwestern mystery with Tony Hillerman's The Shape Shifter. This was Hillerman's last novel in his award-winning and prolific Navajo Tribal Police mystery series before his passing in 2008. I haven't read it yet, but according to Wikipedia, the plot involves "a Navajo rug, a suspicious fire, a threatening phone call, and fruitcake." If that doesn't sound mysterious, I don't know what does.
Request your copy today (also available in large print and audiobook) so you'll be ready to join us next month on September 14, 6:30-7:30pm in the West Valley Branch Library Community Room as we discuss The Shape Shifter.