Book Discussions

Library Book Discussions

Charlotte Hall Library
Leonardtown Library
Lexington Park Library

  • Feel free to drop in for any book discussion at any branch.   No registration is required.
  • Copies of the books are available at the Circulation Desk of the library hosting the discussion.
  • The books have an extended due date, usually one week after the discussion, to allow you to review the book after the discussion.
  • Enjoy the discussion … and tell a friend!
  • 2014Book Discussion Brochure PDF File


Charlotte Hall Library
1st Monday at 7:00 PM

January 6
The Letters    by Luanne Rice & Joseph Monninger

February 3
The Soloist    by Steve Lopez

March 3
The Princess Bride    by William Goldman

 April 7
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter    by Carson McCullers

May 5
The Things We Do for Love    by Kristin Hannah

 June 2
The Night Circus    by Erin Morganstern

 July 7
Cleopatra:  A Life    by Stacy Schiff

 August 4
The Black Wave   by John Silverwood

 September 8 (2nd Monday)
The Cockoo’s Calling    by Robert Galbraith

 October 6
TBD    One Maryland One Book

 November 3
Alice in Wonderland    by Lewis Carroll

 December 1
American Gods   by Neil Gaiman

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Leonardtown Library
3rd Thursday at 7:00 PM

January 23 (4th Thursday)
That Eye, The Sky  by Tim  Winton

 February 20
Flight Behavior   by Barbara Kingsolver

 March 27 (4th Thursday)
The Paris Wife   by Paula McLain

 April 17
The Marriage Plot  by Jeffrey Eugenides

May 15
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao  by Junot Diaz

 June 19
Nostromo    by Joseph Conrad

 July 17
Someone   by Alice McDermott

 August 21
Dear Life:  Stories    by Alice Munro

 September 18
The History of Love    by Nicole Krauss  

 October 16
TBD    One Maryland, One Book  

 November 20
The Book Thief    by Markus Zusak

December 18
The Bridge of San Luis Rey   by Thornton Wilder

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Lexington Park Library
2nd Monday at 6:00 PM

January 13
The Cellist of Sarajevo   by Steven Galloway

February 10
Liar’s Poker:  Rising through the Wreckage on Wall Street    by Michael Lewis

March 10
Citizens of London: The Americans Who Stood with Britain in Its  Darkest Hour   by Lynne Olson

 April 14
And the Mountains Echoed    by Khalid Hosseini

 May 12
Here If You Need Me: A True Story    by Kate Braestrup

June 9
A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century    by Barbara Tuchman

July 14
How It All Began    by Penelope Lively

August 11
The Swerve: How the World Became Modern    by Stephen Greenblatt

 September 8
The Innocence of Father Brown    by G.K. Chesterton

 October 20 (3rd Monday)
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail    by Cheryl Strayed

November 17 (3rd Monday)
The Burgess Boys    by Elizabeth Strout

December 8
Necropolis: London and Its Dead    by Catharine Arnold


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