Agatha Christie is best known for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, as well as the world’s longest-running play – The Mousetrap. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and a billion in translation. 

This is a classic book club.  Anyone who enjoys a great book and good conversation about the plot, twists and turns is welcome to join.  We will discuss a different book in each of the three sessions and learn a little bit about this incredible author and her impact on the murder mystery genre. 

We will discuss the following Mysteries in our path toward understanding Christie’s impact on the murder mystery genre:

February 8: “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd”

March 8:  “4:50 from Paddington”

March 29: “Crooked House”

If you love a well-written murder mystery, pour yourself a cup of tea, grab a scone and join us for a great discussion.

HYBRID COURSE.  You may attend in-person at the Easton Peachblossom YMCA, by Zoom, or Recording

3 Sessions |Tuesdays | Feb 8, Mar 8, 29 | 10-11:30am | $30

Jody Rennie

Jody Rennie is the Founder and President of JVR Collaborative Advantage, a Leadership, and Management Consulting Firm. She offers training and coaching in project management, leadership, and professional development. She is also an adjunct Instructor at Lehigh University and at DeSales University teaching Project Management courses within the school’s Master of Business Administration programs. Jody earned a Master of Administrative Science degree from Johns Hopkins University and a graduate-level certificate in Supply Chain Management from Lehigh University.

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