Multicultural Book Group meeting

  • Monday, August 7, 2017 4:32pm
  • Life

The Multicultural Book Group will be discussing the novel “Started Early, Took My Dog,” by Kate Atkinson, at 7 p.m. Aug. 9 at the 320th Federal Way library. This story is about Tracy Waterhouse, a retired police detective, who made a snap decision to relieve habitual offender Kelly Cross of a young child she’s been dragging around town. Tracy learns that her parental inexperience is the least of her problems, as larger ones loom for her and her child. The program is free, and anyone is allowed to join.

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