The Aiken County Public Library staff is scheming to keep fans of murder, mystery and mayhem coming back to the library this summer. The Mystery Movie Summer Saturdays series begins with a 2 p.m. showing Saturday, June 13 of "Jesse Stone: Night Passage," starring Tom Selleck as the hero of Robert B. Parker's popular series of mystery novels. The movie screenings will be held once a month, but a schedule has not yet been finalized, according to library manager Michael Swan. "I thought it would be fun to have a program for adults in the summer. There's not usually as much interest because people go on vacations," Swan said. "It's still in the planning stages, but we're thinking if we have a good response to the movies and to the survey we've put in the June newsletter, we may do a book discussion tied to the movies like we've done with the 'Let's Talk About It' series. We haven't really done anything like this before, so we'll wait and see what the response is to it." Other titles on the slate for the series include "The Dead of Jericho," starring John Thaw as Colin Dexter's hero Inspector Morse; "The Thief of Time," from Tony Hillerman's novel of murder among the Navajo featuring Adam Beach, Wes Studi and Graham Greene; and a 1974 adaptation of Dick Francis' racing mystery "Dead Cert," starring Scott Antony and Judi Dench. "Most of these are made-for-TV movies," Swan said. "They're not rated, but it occurred to me that most thrillers are R-rated, and the made-for-TV movies are probably suitable for older teenagers at least. It's always up to the parents to decide what the younger children should see, of course." The movie screenings are free and open to the public. For more information about the series, upcoming movie dates and survey information, call the Aiken County Public Library at 642-2020 or visit Contact Suzanne Stone at