Thursday, January 11th the Scituate Historical Society will host an evening with Michele Mcphee, investigative journalist and author of Maxim Harm. In Maximum Harm, veteran investigative journalist Michele R. McPhee unravels the complex story behind the public facts of the Boston Marathon bombing. She examines the bombers’ roots in Dagestan and Chechnya, their struggle to assimilate in America, and their growing hatred of the United States. Maximum Harm is a compelling examination of the Tsarnaev brothers’ movements in the days leading up to the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, 2013, the subsequent investigation, the Tsarnaevs’ murder of MIT police officer Sean Collier, the high-speed chase and shootout that killed Tamerlan, and the manhunt in which the authorities finally captured Dzhokhar, hiding in a Watertown backyard. McPhee untangles the many threads of circumstance, coincidence, collusion, motive, and opportunity that resulted in the deadliest attack on the city of Boston to date. Discussion and book signing, 7 to 9 pm, GAR Hall, 353 Country Way, Scituate. Tickets are $10 and available at The Little Red School on Cudworth Road, Scituate, by phone at 781-545-1083 and at the door.