Elizabeth Is Missing

Join the Broad Street Readers in October for an intriguing discussion of Emma Healey’s Elizabeth Is Missing.  Healey’s debut novel, winner of the Costa First Novel award, is both a psychological mystery and a meditation on  memory, identity and aging.

“Part mystery, part meditation on memory, part Dickensian revelation of how apparent charity may hurt its recipients, this is altogether brilliant.” — Booklist (starred review)

“This is no conventional crime novel but a compelling work that crosses literary genres.… The result is bold, touching and hugely memorable.” — Sunday Times (London)

The Broad St. Readers is a club for adults age 55 and up. New members are always encouraged! Join fellow readers for an engaging and thoughtful discussion on October 24th at 11:00am at the Salem Council on Aging.

Please call and check in with Rosanna at (978) 744-0924.

Books are available at the Main Desk in the Salem Public Library. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email hviding@noblenet.org or call the library at (978) 744-0860.

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