Cup of Crime Book Club – ‘The Betrayal of Pearl Bryan’ by Larry Tippin

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Betrayal of Pearl Bryan – Unraveling the Gilded Age Mystery That Captivated a Nation: Ture Crime by [Larry Tippin]On January 27, 1896, twenty-three-year-old Pearl Bryan of Greencastle, Indiana, boarded a train bound for Cincinnati, Ohio. It appears Pearl was intent on convincing the father of her unborn child to do the honorable thing. Instead, he and an accomplice betrayed and tragically killed her in Fort Thomas, Ky, in what many newspaper accounts described as the crime of the century.

Please join us as we discuss this true story. The Cup of Crime Book Club meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.


About the event

Everyone, age 6 or older, who attends library programs are required to wear masks.
Please note any accommodation requests in the Special Needs section of the registration form.

All those not arriving together must maintain a 6-foot social distance.

If Campbell County is RED on the Kentucky Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 Dashboard, all in-person programs will be canceled and those registered will be offered the online option.

This program will take place outside our current hours of operation. For those attending in-person, a staff member will allow you entrance to the building.


If you have any questions, please contact Maggie Gosney at


Age Range:   Adult

Snacks Provided:   Yes

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