Pam Lamberger Tag

What Happened By: Hillary Rodham Clinton I was torn when attempting to select a title to discuss for my October book review. I recently finished two books that I found quite compelling – one fiction and the other non-fiction. Both H. Jack Mayer’s Life in a Jar...

Before We Were Yours By: Lisa Wingate   The cover image on this book grabbed my attention as I scrambled to select a title before heading off on a beach vacation; two tow-headed girls are seated on a trunk. Shot from behind, you see that they are on...

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...

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