11:00 - 12:00
Maryla Szymiczkowa (Jacek Dehnel and Piotr Tarczynski)
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Join us for a relaxed Saturday morning discussion with Maryla Szymiczkowa about their newest book, “Mrs Mohr Goes Missing”! We will be providing coffee on arrival!!
“If Wes Anderson wrote feisty, female-led mysteries set in Poland, this is what he might write!
Cracow, 1893. Desperate to relieve her boredom and improve her social standing, Zofia Turbotyńska decides to organise a charity raffle. In a bid to recruit the patronage of elderly aristocratic ladies, she visits Helcel House, a retirement home run by nuns.
But when two of the residents are found dead, Zofia discovers that her real talents lie in solving crimes is solving mysteries.
Inspired by Agatha Christie and filled with period character and zesty charm, series opener Mrs Mohr Goes Missing vividly recreates life in turn-of-the-century Poland, confronting a range of issues from class prejudice to women’s rights, and proves that everyone is capable of finding their passion in life, however unlikely their passion may seem.”
About the authors:
Jacek Dehnel is a writer, poet and translator. He has written several novels, among them Lala (Oneworld, 2018) and Saturn (Dedalus, 2012), and his poetry collection Aperture was published by Zephyr Press in 2018. He writes crime fiction under the pseudonym Maryla Szymiczkowa together with partner Piotr Tarczynski, a translator and historian. They live in Warsaw.
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