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Monday, January 16, 2012

A great pair? Books over coffee

 And you can find out why death will come to Pemberley
STRATFORD - The Stratford Library “Books Over Coffee” program will begin its 2012 series "with a discussion of P.D. James’ current bestseller, "Death Comes to Pemberley" at noon Jan. 25, according to a statement.
Stratford educator and author Kathleen Faggella is the host of Book Over Coffee, the statement said.
"Pemberley, Jane Austen fans will recall, is the large Derbyshire estate owned by Fitzwilliam Darcy, who weds Elizabeth Bennet at the end of 'Pride and Prejudice.' In Death Comes to Pemberley, P. D. James’s surprising new sequel to that novel, the estate becomes the scene of a murder. The story is set in 1803, six years after the marriage of Elizabeth and Darcy took place. They have two young sons now and the arrival of a third child is shortly to be announced. But their tranquility is interrupted one wet and windy evening when an unexpected carriage comes rocketing up the drive."   
“Books Over Coffee” will be held in the Library’s Lovell Room and participants are invited to bring a bag lunch to the program and coffee and tea is also served, the statement said.  
Limited reading copies of Death Comes to Pemberley are available for loan at the library’s Circulation Desk, the statement said.   The new 2012 book discussion schedule is also at the library.   
For more information call the library’s Public Relations and Programming Office at: 203- 385- 4162.  Or visit  
Editor's note: All information in this post was contributed. (Folks at the library wrote it, we edited it ever so slightly)

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