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Book Lovers Circle 2019 July

Alternative Remedies for Loss

Alternative Remedies for Loss
Olivia is 22 and has left college to care for her mother. After her mother's death, Olivia finds that the rest of her family is moving on, but she is adrift. She finds a secret romantic correspondence that her mother had with an unknown man and decides to unravel the secret of her mother's life. Check Our Catalog

Dead Girl Running

Dead Girl Running
Kellen has become the new manager of an isolated resort in the Pacific Northwest, and she feels she can handle anything-until the dead body of the previous manager shows up. Now she has to deal with a murder, a murderer and the secrets of her past. Check Our Catalog

Everything in its Place

Everything in its Place
This is the last book that Sacks wrote prior to his death in 2015. It is a collection of essays that cover a wide range of topics, from those that involve his medical expertise-Tourette's Syndrome, aging, dementia- as well as those that involve his other interests, such as gardening. Check Our Catalog

The Invited

The Invited
The fictional story of a couple who purchase property in Vermont and begin to build their dream house. Due to events that took place on their property in the past, they end up building a "haunted" house. The story becomes a thriller inside a murder mystery inside a ghost story. Check Our Catalog

The Island

The Island
This is the second novel to feature the female detective Hulda Hermannsdottir of Reykjavik. This well constructed mystery deals with two murders-one in 1987 and one ten years later, which involves a young woman who turns out to be a friend of the young woman who died in 1987. The more Hulda digs, the more involved the case becomes. Check Our Catalog

Nanaville

Nanaville
Quindlen, who has written 9 novels, memoirs and non-fiction, has recently become a grandmother-and boy, is she thrilled. Whether you are a grandparent or not, her happiness is catching-why not spend some time sharing someone else's joy, especially when they happen to be such a gifted writer? Check Our Catalog

Normal People

Normal People
Marianne and Connell go to the same school in a small town in Ireland. The develop a relationship that continues when they go to Trinity College in Dublin. The novel is really a character study, as Rooney masterfully captures the distinct personalities of Marianne, Connell and the secondary characters in the novel. Check Our Catalog

Real Queer America: LGBT Stories from Red States

Real Queer America: LGBT Stories from Red States
The author of these stories was raised as a Mormon male, but came out as a transgender woman in 2008. Now legally married to a woman, she took a six week trip through LGBT communities in red states to get stories for this book. Her philosophy is that there are good and decent people in the red states, just as there are bigots and homophobes in the blue states. Check Our Catalog

The Sentence is Death

The Sentence is Death
This is the second in a series in which our real author, Anthony Horowitz, becomes part of a fictional story in which he inserts a real version of himself, who acts as an assistant to the fictional character of Detective Daniel Hawthorne. Hawthorne and Horowitz have to track down the person who killed a celebrity lawyer with a bottle of vintage wine. It's a well constructed mystery and a fun read. Check Our Catalog

Transcription

Transcription
Juliet Armstrong's job during World War II is to transcribe conversations between M15 and would-be traitors in England. But she is drawn into a spy action which later changes her life. This is a book that underlines the fact that there are often unexpected consequences to our actions. Check Our Catalog



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