Join #1 international bestselling author Richard Osman for discussion on “The Man Who Died Twice” as part of B&N Midday Mystery Virtual Event series.
BOOK DISCUSSION DETAILS
Tuesday, Sept 28th at 3PM ET
Barnes & Noble
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About the Author:
Richard Osman’s popularity and tremendous knowledge of trivia led to him becoming an executive producer on numerous UK shows, as well as being the host of Pointless with seven million views. Osman’s debut, The Thursday Murder Club, was a #1 international bestseller. The Man Who Died Twice is his second novel.
About the Book:
This Barnes & Noble Exclusive Edition includes a 16 page bonus chapter and two-color end pages.
The second gripping novel in the #1 internationally bestselling Thursday Murder Club series, the first of which Kate Atkinson called “A little beacon of pleasure in the midst of the gloom. . . SUCH FUN!”
Elizabeth, Joyce, Ron and Ibrahim—the Thursday Murder Club—are still riding high off their recent real-life murder case and are looking forward to a bit of peace and quiet at Cooper’s Chase, their posh retirement village.
But they are out of luck.
An unexpected visitor—an old pal of Elizabeth’s (or perhaps more than just a pal?)—arrives, desperate for her help. He has been accused of stealing diamonds worth millions from the wrong men and he’s seriously on the lam.
Then, as night follows day, the first body is found. But not the last. Elizabeth, Joyce, Ron and Ibrahim are up against a ruthless murderer who wouldn’t bat an eyelid at knocking off four septuagenarians. Can our four friends catch the killer before the killer catches them? And if they find the diamonds, too? Well, wouldn’t that be a bonus? You should never put anything beyond the Thursday Murder Club.
Richard Osman is back with everyone’s favorite mystery-solving quartet, and the second installment of The Thursday Murder Club series is just as clever and warm as the first—an unputdownable, laugh-out-loud pleasure of a read.