The Girl of His Dreams: USF Book Club (July, 2008)

Guido Brunetti is at it again! Join us to discuss the latest installation of this Venetian policeman’s mystery series. This time Brunetti becomes haunted by the death of a young gypsy girl.

The Girl of His Dreams

by Donna Leon

We will meet on Tuesday July 8, 2008 from 12 noon – 1 pm in the seminar room (2nd floor) of Gleeson Library. Bring your lunch and tell your colleagues! (USF Staff and Faculty only)

If you want to try requesting the book through the library’s free service, Link+, click here. Link+ takes 3-4 business days and is free.

**notice: this book is very popular at the moment, so it may be difficult to get through Link+.
If you purchase it, please consider using Better World Books.

2 thoughts on “The Girl of His Dreams: USF Book Club (July, 2008)

  1. Any chance someone could recommend another good evening fiction book club?

    I live in Cow Hollow and am searching for a club to join.

    Thank you.

  2. hi Jody

    Libraries and bookstores are good places to find book groups. San Francisco Public Library hosts them at branches all over town and some are in the evenings. See San Francisco Reads for the all-city book club “On the Same Page” or click on “Book Clubs at the Library” for more variety.

    Many of my favorite local independent bookstores have evening book groups, like Bird & Beckett in Glen Park. Books Inc. hosts them at several stores around town including the Classics I Forgot to Read Book Club at the Chestnut St. store on Wednesday nights. And in Cow Hollow there’s apparently a women’s discussion group at Solar Lights Bookstore on Tuesday nights. That one and lots more are listed here. (Scroll down past the ads to see the list.)

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