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      For the June giveaway I chose the theme 'The Gift of Reading.' One that I think we can all appreciate! The winner will receive four books, including:     The Gifts of Reading by Robert MacFarlane - 'An essay on the joy of reading, for anyone who has ever loved a book.'   plus three little short but (hopefully) thought provoking reading gifts...   The Reckoning by Edith Wharton - 'Two moving stories of love, loss, desire and divorce, from one of the great chroniclers of nineteenth-century New York life.' Create Dangerously by Albert Camus - 'Camus argues passionately that the artist has a responsibility to challenge, provoke and speak up for those who cannot in this powerful speech, accompanied here by two others.' It Was Snowing Butterflies by Charles Darwin - 'A selection of Darwin's extraordinary adventures during the voyage of the Beagle.'    As always, supporting members will be entered automatically into the random draw at the end of the month. If you want to be entered into the draw but don't support yet, you can do so here: https://www.patreon.com/bookclubforum   Good luck   

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  1. Sorry for the double posting, but I lost the thread from earlier, and can't seem to locate it through the search function. I'm looking for a recommendation for an Agatha Christie, or similar, mystery, for our Mystery Book Club. The idea: the members read up to a certain page, and stop before the mystery is revealed. At the book club meeting, we debate "Who dunnit?" We then read the final chapter together and find out how smart we are/are not. For practicality's sake, I'd like to find a book which wraps up the story in relatively few pages, so that even the slowest reader can finish during the meeting. I'd also like a good mystery, of course. Thank you for any advice you might be able to give.
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