A benefit for Music Hall members at our Contributor-level and above, Book Club meets the second Monday of the month from 6-7:30pm. Evenings include time for socializing followed by a moderated discussion. This month’s title is Point of Graves by J. Dennis Robinson. This month, we are meeting in the lobby of the Historic Theater.
About the Book:
Museum caretaker Levi Woodbury’s solitary lifestyle is shattered when reporter Claire Caswell enlists her ex-lover to unravel a mysterious death in a historic New England seaport. Could the dead man and his missing “manifesto” connect to growing fears that an ancient cemetery lies beneath the site of the city’s next high-rise parking garage? Set in historic Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
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For more information, please contact Wes Lovell (603.766.2182, WLovell@themusichall.org)
About Our Author
J. Dennis Robinson is a popular columnist, lecturer, and public historian. He is the author of a dozen narrative history books on topics ranging from Jesse James, Lord Baltimore, and child labor exploitation to Wentworth by the Sea Hotel, Strawbery Banke Museum, Privateer Lynx, archaeology at the Isles of Shoals, and the infamous 1873 Smuttynose Island ax murders. His latest book is a colorful look at the 1878 landmark Music Hall performing arts center. He lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, just across the swirling Piscataqua River from Maine.