Memory (Memoir + History) Book Club
Curious? Always learning? Love hearing human stories? The Memory (Memoir + History) Book Club is for you!
Join us as we delve into the broad and weird world of nonfiction through selected memoirs and historical books. Every 3rd Wednesday from 630 to 730pm, we will dive into a nonfiction book, from the smoke- and curse-filled kitchens of the 90s in Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential to the striking Pittsburgh origin of paramedics in the United States in Kevin Hazzard's American Sirens.
Brad Meltzer and Josh Mensch's The Nazi Conspiracy (2023) is an action-packed account of an outlandish (and nearly successful) German plot to assassinate the leaders of the U.S., Britain, and the Soviet Union in one fell swoop in 1943. Written like a modern thriller, the authors keep the reader engaged and informed of all the nasty twists and turns of this stunning historical period.
Copies are available for you at Cooper-Siegel's Front Desk (or try an eBook for your Kindle or iPad)!
The audiobook version is also available on Libby.
Adults 18+ only please.
After Library Closes
This program occurs after the library closes.