The Livingston Public Library's own Coffee & Crime Mystery Book
Club hosts a Great Hat Contest at its monthly meeting on
Thurs., February 7, 2013, at 7:15pm.
The contest ties in with this month's book selection, MURDER, WITH PEACOCKS, by Donna Andrews, a tart, hilarious mystery with a few key scenes set at garden parties.
The winner of the Great Hat Contest will be chosen by all of the members
of the group and will receive a prize. The hats can be warm or elegant or
silly--and you don't have to wear a hat yourself to join in the
Kirkus Reviews calls MURDER, WITH PEACOCKS "half Jane
Austen, half battery acid..." and promises the book "will
leave you helpless with heartless laughter...The perfect wedding gift
for those friends and relatives you wish would elope, or take vows of
Coffee & Crime is a free adult program held
monthly at the Livingston Public Library. We read a different kind
of mystery each month, including historical, noir, thriller, true crime,
caper and "cozy" and more. The group is led by Reference
Librarian Ariel Zeitlin Cooke, who is herself a published author.
Refreshments will be served, including, of course coffee.
Reservations are required and should be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by calling 973-992-4600, x238.
Check back soon for photos of the great hats.