Virtual Program: Olive Bright, Pigeoneer: Author Stephanie Graves
Monday, March 156:30—7:45 PMVirtualLangley-Adams Library185 Main Street, Groveland, MA, 01834
Did you know that homing pigeons were used during WWII? It's true! Author Stephanie Graves researched the little-known heroics of pigeons & spun an exciting new historical fiction mystery entitled Olive Bright, Pigeoneer. During World War II, Olive works for her father's veterinary practice in the small village of Pipley. She also tends to her beloved racing pigeons. Olive hopes that her pigeons will be enlisted by the National Pigeon Service to assist his Majesty's forces by delivering coded messages. Instead, Olive is approached by Jameson Aldridge and his associate who claim to be working for a covert British intelligence organization known as Baker Street. They insist on absolute secrecy. Olive rolls her eyes at this request, but soon the dead body of local busy body Miss Husselbee turns up outside Olive's pigeon loft! Can the murder be tied to her new assignment? Is Jameson Aldridge who is says he is? Join us for this special book talk and learn more about the pigeons! You must register so that you can be sent the zoom invite.
A huge thank you to Larissa Ackerman of Kensington Books for making this program possible!
Capacity: 50 of 100 spaces available.
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