2021 11 30Mystery book & video club : Dark Tide Rising & Gone For Gooddining room
E V E N T
D A T E
November 30, 2021
5:30PM | dinner
6:30PM | discussion
L O C A T I O N
Admission for this event is free. Open to the public.
Sponsored by the Program Committee
You are invited to join in the discussion with the SCNY Mystery Book & Video Club in Salmagundi’s bar at 6:30PM. Attendees are required to provide proof of full vaccination upon entry, valid ID, and to wear masks.
This book is widely available through the New York Public Library.
When asking for a book at the NYPL please tell them you are in a book club and need the book by a certain date. They will put a reserve out and get one from another branch, or tell you the closest library to pick up a copy.
The discussion is led by SCNY Mystery Book & Video Club founder Gloria Sampson Knight. If you would look to join us for dinner, please email email@example.com so we can forward your interest accordingly.
To miss this would be a CRIME.
About the Book
Perry does not ease into the action, blasting you directly between the eyes on page one. Sir Oliver Rathbone shows up at William and Hester Monk’s doorstep, and his demeanor is both dour and rushed. There is no time for pleasantries between old friends who know each other so well, so Rathbone cuts right to the chase. He makes Monk aware of a man named Harry Exeter, who is faced with the kidnapping of his young wife, Kate. Exeter has specifically asked for the aid of the River Police, of which Monk is Commander, to assist with the delivery of the ransom money to a location on the unsafe Jacob’s Island.
About the Author
Anne Perry (born Juliet Marion Hulme; 28 October 1938) is an English author of historical detective fiction, best known for her Thomas Pitt and William Monk series. In 1954, at the age of fifteen, she was convicted in the murder of her friend’s mother, Honora Rieper. She changed her name after serving a five-year sentence for Rieper’s murder.
About the Film
Guillaume thought he had drawn a line under the terrible tragedy which saw the two people he loved the most die. Ten years later, Judith, whose love has made his life worth living again, suddenly disappears during his mother’s funeral.
About the Producers
Vincent Poymiro began working as a journalist and a theatre producer. He started writing for screen and stage in the late 90’s. He wrote “Tehilim” with director Raphaël Nadjari. The film premiered in the official competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007.
David Elkaïm is a French director and writer French, born on March 25, 1969. He is, among other things, co-writer of the television series “So Be They”, broadcasted on Arte since the fall of 2012.