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BOOK OF THE MONTH - vote for November's choice here

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TillyBookClub Tue 14-Oct-08 20:22:25

Time to whip out the magnifying glass and tweed jacket - November's Book of the Month is a mystery dying to be solved...

Already got it sussed? Then vote now - poll closes 8pm Tuesday 21 October. We'll get together to chat about the winning book on Tuesday 25 November, between 8 and 10pm.

And don't forget we'll be doing October's Book of the Month, THE GHOST ROAD by the brilliant Pat Barker, on Tuesday 28 October - grab a copy and join in anytime from 8-10pm

If you're new to the Bookclub you can check out how the Bookclub works, plus you can always grab a bit of literary inspiration from Mumsnet's Best Books Ever.

Want to see whodunnit? Check the poll and get voting - we'll announce the winner next Tues once the poll closes.

nickytwoooohtimes Tue 14-Oct-08 20:24:25

<baulk> at Alexander McCall Smith.
[book snob]

FiveGoMadInDorset Wed 15-Oct-08 16:46:24

Gosh you are on the ball Tilly, however will have to sort out the time dofference between here and Antigua to join in the discussion 9trying not to be to mug but god I need a holiday).

TillyBookClub Wed 15-Oct-08 21:08:32

Both my sisters off to Antigua too. Am trying desperately not to think about it. Have a gorgeous time...(and tell us what you read on holiday that was good so can nab it for a future bookclub..)

EffiePerine Thu 16-Oct-08 13:50:58

Hooray for Arthur Conan Doyle grin

TillyBookClub Thu 16-Oct-08 20:42:00

We currently have an overwhelming lead for Kate Atkinson - she has four times as many votes as any one else. If you haven't had your say, don't forget to vote before Tuesday's close...

TillyBookClub Mon 20-Oct-08 13:48:18

Atkinson still leagues ahead, don't forget to cast your vote before tomorrow evening. Poll closes at 8pm when we'll announce the winner.

DarrellRivers Mon 20-Oct-08 19:09:47

Please please vote for raymond chandler, although I do have to concede that Kate Atkinson's novel is a great read {but I've read it]

nuttymum303 Tue 21-Oct-08 14:44:43

I chose Peter Hoeg's novel because I have a copy of it on my TBR pile lol.

FiveGoMadInDorset Tue 21-Oct-08 19:17:23

Tilly - cheeky question, what currency are your sisters taking, dollars, sterling or local.

TillyBookClub Tue 21-Oct-08 20:02:37

Case closed. Kate Atkinson is our clear winner with CASE HISTORIES.

Can't wait to re-read this, the plot is excellent and Atkinson one of my favourite writers.

We'll gather in the library for the grand showdown on Tuesday 25 November.

TillyBookClub Tue 21-Oct-08 22:05:10

FiveGoMad, will ask the sisters once they off the phone (engaged line all evening, prob discussing swimwear)- reckon they are taking credit cards mainly and will get cash out when there?

FiveGoMadInDorset Tue 21-Oct-08 22:07:22

Thank you, wasn't planning on much just when going out and about which won't be often.

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