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Circling the Sun By: Paula McLain The beauty of novel reading is the opportunity to explore unfettered through time, place and personality; the reader experiences life through another’s eyes, thereby gaining fresh insights to his or her own. I recently enjoyed a new work of historical fiction...

Sing You Home By: Jodi Picoult   The award-winning author Jodi Picoult has become one of my favorite go-to writers when I need a thought-provoking good read. Picoult, 50, hales from Hanover New Hampshire and is a graduate of Princeton and Harvard; pretty impressive credentials! Before venturing into writing...

The Pursuit By: Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg If you’re in the mood for a light-hearted crime adventure, I’d like to recommend a recent series written by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg – The O’Hare & Fox Novels. Evanovich is best known for her wildly popular Stephanie Plum...

The Martian By: Andy Weir When I was a kid, I remember crowding with my siblings in front of a flickering television image - way past our bedtimes - to witness a miracle. Americans had successfully landed on the Moon and two astronauts were actually traversing its...

An Irish Country Doctor By: Patrick Taylor I find myself drawn to medical programs on television; there is something so compelling about the life-and-death nature of medicine that captures and holds one’s attention. Similarly, in books, this topic is a favorite. I came upon this title a few...

Come Rain or Come Shine: A Mitford Novel By: Jan Karon Don’t you adore books in series? I love getting to know a set of characters well and sharing in their adversities and adventures over a prolonged time-frame. One of my ultimate favorite series is Mitford by...

Welcome to the World, Baby Girl By: Fannie Flagg If you’re like me, when you enjoy a good book by a particular author, you explore their other writings in hopes of being similarly entertained again. This is the strategy that lead me to Fannie Flagg’s Welcome to the...

In the Unlikely Event By: Judy Blume Judy Blume first made her name forty years ago as a writer of children’s books – books that explored the inner lives of children and teens, often dealing with uncomfortable topics that had been taboo. Her honest portrayals of divorce, abuse,...

A Fine Romance: A Memoir By: Candice Bergen For those of a certain age, Candice Bergen’s fictional alter-ego of Murphy Brown supersedes the woman herself. For those of an elevated certain age, Bergen is better known as the daughter of Charles Bergen, being the flesh-and-blood sister to his...

Unforgettable: A Son, a Mother, and the Lessons of a Lifetime By: Scott Simon I was initially drawn to this title because I recognized the name of author Scott Simon, a clever and insightful radio personality on NPR’s Weekend Edition - Saturday. Upon finding that the book...

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