Murder at the Library: Virtual Book Club

Does your book club love reading and talking about mysteries, but have trouble finding enough copies of a book to read? Sno-Isle Libraries can help! We are now participating in Baker & Taylor's Murder at the Library Book Club program. That means, every month we'll provide unlimited access to a digital mystery book - no waiting or holds queues!

To borrow a book club selection, go to the Baker & Taylor Book Club page and create a log-in using the following credentials:

  • LIBRARY CARD ID: While labeled 'Library Card ID', please instead enter SIPLBC plus the last 5 digits of your phone number. Example: SIPLBC12340
  • PIN: a passcode of your choice (alpha or numeric)

Then checkout the current month’s available title to read in your device’s browser. You can also store the book in your browser for offline reading.

In addition, Baker & Taylor and Sourcebooks, will host a live virtual author event every month. Register using the links below or at the top of the Baker & Taylor Book Club page.

Upcoming Murder at the Library selections:

JANUARY 2021
The Arctic Fury by Greer Macallister

Author event, opens a new window – Wednesday, January 27 at 4pm

FEBRUARY 2021
One Day You'll Burn by Joseph Schneider

Author event, opens a new window - Wednesday, February 24 at 4pm

MARCH 2021
Black Widows by Cate Quinn

Author event, opens a new window - Wednesday, March 24 at 4pm

APRIL 2021
The Mystery of Mrs. Christie by Marie Benedict

Author event, opens a new window - Wednesday, April 28 at 4pm

MAY 2021
Shanghai Secrets by Sulari Gentill

Author event, opens a new window - Wednesday, May 26 at 4pm

JUNE 2021
The Dead Husband by Carter Wilson (publishing May)
Author event, opens a new window - Wednesday, June 30 at 4pm

All Murder at the Library Book Club selections are also available in print and electronically through OverDrive.

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