The St. James Literary League meets every third month to explore classic literature from around the world, on a "come-as-you're-interested" basis. Check in to see what the current title is, read the book on your own time, then join the League for a discussion of the book over afternoon tea. Can you think of a more civilized way to acquaint yourself with the literary greats?
In November we will read Christie's The Murder of Roger Ackroyd which in 2013, 87 years after its release, was voted the best crime novel ever written by the British Crime Writers' Association. It is one of Christie's best known and most controversial novels due to its innovative surprise ending.
Join us to explore a classic mystery from a classic author and one of our St. James "Greats".