The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman A policewoman enters her first murder case, a brutal crime; Welcome to Killer's Thursday! In a quiet, isolated village, four friends named Elizabeth, Joyce, Ibrahim, and Ron meet weekly to discuss unsolved crimes. They named their group the Fifth Murder Society. When a villager's body is found next to a mysterious photo, the guild members realize they've met their first real case, but the body count continues to grow. In Thursday's Murder Club, we'll see if the team members can catch the killer before it's too late. Can they help the police in this case? What clues will help them in this story? The Secret of the Mysterious Photo: The Thursday Murder Club Book Summary After discovering the body and the mysterious photo next to it, it's time for community members to come out. In fact, Elizabeth and Penny founded the Fifth Murder Association. Penny has worked as a detective in the police department for many years and carries the case of unsolved murders. Of course, he shouldn't have brought the file, but he did because no one noticed. After a certain age, you can do whatever you want and no one tells you anything except your doctor and your children. Joyce's previous work was as a nurse and Ibrahim was a psychologist. These professions help a lot to solve puzzles, but they have very little time to solve this new case. Because the number of victims can increase at any time. In the sequel to the book Thursday Murders, the police are shown a photo the killer left next to Tony's body and realize that this old photo belongs to Tony, a drug dealer and named Bobby, and Jason, the son of a celebrity. former boxer. The three were previously involved in the drug trade. At the same time, it became clear that Tony had three suspicious, untraceable calls the day before his death. Series Forum: An Introduction to the Thursday Murder Club book This detective novel is full of suspense and emotion. Thursday Murders Club tells the story of four strange characters who meet in a room every week. Their secret society has a requirement for members, which is to have high intelligence and a bit of ruthlessness. Meanwhile, a body is unexpectedly found and the group's excitement multiplies. Crime stories, among other literary works of entertainment, have always had many fans. Many writers, including Alan Poe and Agatha Christie, took crimes in their minds, then put them on paper and created characters with the stamina to solve crime mysteries. This thrilling story contains all the elements of classic crime such as complex, fast-paced, and breathtaking criminal cases, intriguing and unusual characters with bitter humor and twists and turns. sharp dialogue. This book is a New York Times bestseller, published in 2020, and can receive a rating of 4.3 out of 5 on Amazon and 3.9 on Goodreads. It also earned #1 on the Christmas Best Sellers List, was nominated for an Edgar Award in the category of Best Novel, and #1 on the Sunday Times Best Seller List. The Sunday Times wrote of the book: "This novel is engaging and intelligent." The Daily Express also wrote, "The Thursday Murder Club is one of the most interesting books of the year." The Wall Street Journal also called it a sweet, entertaining, and entertaining novel. New York Times best-selling author Keith Atkinson says the book is a small glimmer of hope in a block of darkness. Fans of crime and mystery as well as bitter comedy will enjoy reading this book. Richard Osman: About the Author of The Thursday Murder Club Richard Osman was born on 28 November 1970. He is an English presenter, producer, writer, and comedian, best known for producing and performing on BBC television programmes. The Thursday Murders Club book was this author's first book and made him a best-selling author among detective works. Azman's pleasant pen and ability to tell a compelling story are evident in this book and herald the arrival of a competent writer.