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Book Discussions

On this page you will find the currently scheduled book discussions held either at the Library, or virtually.




Afternoon Book Discussion (In-Library)

Moderated by Professor William Schiavo, these in-person monthly discussions are open to all, no registration required. A combination of classic, world literature, and occasionally pertinent non-fiction will be discussed. Copies of books will be available at the Library.

***The Afternoon Book Discussions With Bill Schiavo Will Be Back In September!***



Below you will find the scheduled Usual Suspects Mystery Book Club and Contemporary Book Evening Discussion Club books, along with the virtual discussion date/time and registration dates/links.


The Usual Suspects Mystery Book Club (Virtual)

Every 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 7:00 PM via Zoom

Love mysteries? Want to discover diverse and exciting mystery writers and fictional sleuths? Looking to connect with other enthusiastic readers? Join us for our monthly virtual mystery book club! Each month we’ll read and discuss a book by either a classic or contemporary mystery author. Discussions led by Erin Coughlin. Call the Library at 631-929-4488 to place a book on hold on the book, or come in to pick up. Provide your email address when registering to be sent your Zoom link.

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Murder on the Orient Express_JacketThe Usual Suspects Mystery Book Club: Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie, Adults **Virtual**

Tuesday, August 13, 7:00 – 8:15 PM

The Orient Express is traveling through the Balkan’s hills snowy hills when the train is suddenly trapped by a snowdrift.  Hercule Poirot, is faced with solving the stabbing murder of passenger Samuel Edward Ratchett.  Join us for a lively discussion of this compellingly plotted murder mystery by Agatha Christie.
– “What more . . . can a mystery addict desire?” — New York Times

Call the Library at 631-929-4488 to place a book on hold on the book, or come in to pick up. Provide your email address when registering to be sent your Zoom link.





Contemporary Book Evening Discussion Group (Virtual)

Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month at 7:30 PM via Zoom

Join us on the third Wednesday of the month. Please register for these book discussions and remember to provide your email address. The library will contact you as to when you may pick up your books. Discussions led by Erin Coughlin. Call the Library at 631-929-4488 to place a book on hold on the book, or come in to pick up. Provide your email address when registering to be sent your Zoom link.

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Book cover - The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura DaveContemporary Book Evening Discussion Group: The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave, Adults **Virtual**

Wednesday, August 21, 7:30 – 8:45 PM

Join Erin Coughlin for a discussion of this suspenseful family drama  filled with plot twists guaranteed to keep you turning the pages.  Hannah Hall’s husband of one year disappears and she  quickly realizes he isn’t who he said he was and that his 16-year-old daughter, who wants nothing to do with her, may hold the key to figuring out his true identity.

Call the Library at 631-929-4488 to place a book on hold on the book, or come in to pick up. Provide your email address when registering to be sent your Zoom link.

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