Mystery Book Club Discussion

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Mystery Book Club Discussion

The Woman From Prague, by Rob Hart

Monday, October 16th

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Our Mystery/Thriller Book Club is led by Bobby McCue.  

Named one of the Best Books of the Summer by Publishers Weekly Named a Hot Summer Read by the Boston Globe 
Amateur private investigator Ash McKenna's time is about to expire--on his visa, that is. Having fled the demons that haunted him in the U.S., Ash has been laying low in Prague for nearly three months. Now, it's time to move on. But as he contemplates his next stop, a man named Roman appears, claiming to work for the U.S. government, and possessing intimate knowledge of Ash's many sins. Sins nobody should know. Roman offers to protect him...in exchange for a favor.

It sounds simple: a bank employee named Samantha Sobolik is set to receive a package containing covert information in a handoff on the Charles Bridge. Ash must intercept the package, and deliver the contents to Roman. Ash refuses--until Roman threatens to kill his mother. Out of options and too far away to protect her, Ash agrees.

But when Ash gets to the bridge, he discovers that the handoff is actually a hit. Ash ends up battling a mysterious and deadly assassin in a fight he barely survives. As it turns out, the job is far more complicated and dangerous than anyone thought. Ash finds himself in a strange city, outmatched, hunted, and trapped in a dangerous game where nobody is what they seem--including Samantha. The Woman From Prague is a riveting novel of international suspense from one of the very best crime writers working today. 

RSVP's are appreciated.  Call 310-318-0900 or email us at rsvp@pagesabookstore.com.  This is a free discussion.

Event date: 
Monday, October 16, 2017 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
904 Manhattan Ave
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
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$25.00
ISBN: 9781943818471
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Polis Books - July 11th, 2017

Named one of the Best Books of the Summer by Publishers Weekly Named a Hot Summer Read by the Boston Globe