Join us on Monday night, November 27, at 7 pm in the Youth Services Program Room, Radcliffe Children’s Library, for our discussion of Bruno, Chief of Police, by Martin Walker.
Meet Benoit Courréges, affectionately named Bruno, chief of police in a small village in the South of France where the rituals of the café still rule. A former soldier, Bruno has embraced the slow rhythms of country life. But the murder of an elderly North African who fought in the French army galvanizes his attention: The man had a swastika carved into his chest. When a visiting scholar helps untangle the dead man’s past, Bruno’s suspicions turn toward a motive more complex than hate, back to a tortured period of French history.
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