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pinklady60 2 days ago | 2 replies
Need to stock up your bookcrossing zones or little free libraries? Is Mount TBR dwindling and you're getting anxious that you might not have anything to read? Or maybe you just like the excitement of opening a package. T…

pinklady60 4 days ago
The SENATOR'S Wife by Sue Miller. I should finish this up today - - perfect timing!

pinklady60 1 wk ago
One of my favorite books of the year

pinklady60 1 wk ago
This one's on the list of ALA Notable Books and Oprah's Book Club

pinklady60 2 wks ago
Based on the life of Belle de Costa Greene, a colored woman who, in the early 20th Century, lived her life as a white woman and became the curator for the library of J. Pierpont Morgan.

pinklady60 4 wks ago
Strangers on a Train by Patricia HighSMITH

pinklady60 1 mo ago
Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights ACTIVIST by Judith Heumann

pinklady60 1 mo ago
Golden for the Watford Football Team

pinklady60 1 mo ago
The Outside BOY by Jeanine Cummins I really enjoyed this book. It's one of my favorites so far this year.

pinklady60 1 mo ago | 1 replies
I'm Possible: A Story of Survival, a Tuba, and the Small Miracle of a Big Dream by Richard Antoine WHITE

pinklady60 2 mos ago
There There by Tommy Orange O = first letter of author's name Orange = Tangerines (Blackpool)

pinklady60 2 mos ago
Three women whose bonds are formed in the Paris Opera Ballet

pinklady60 2 mos ago
In the winter of 1943–44, U.S. Army Brigadier General George Carnaby, a chief planner for the Western Front, is captured by the German and taken for interrogation to a mountaintop fortress accessible only by cable car. …

pinklady60 2 mos ago
Six months after her son’s suicide, psychiatrist Dr. Martha Lewis takes a position at St. Joseph’s Hospital where she is given the charge of Barnaby Smith, a man who has been trying his entire life to fly like a bird.

pinklady60 2 mos ago
I've read several of Backman's books, and I think that A Man Called Ove and Beartown are his best.

pinklady60 2 mos ago
A short story classic, which I should have read ages ago, written by the author of The Scarlet Letter

pinklady60 2 mos ago | 2 replies
When her husband leaves her after a long marriage, perfectly-organized homemaker Britt-Marie finally finds meaning to her life when she becomes the recreation director of a small Swedish village.

pinklady60 2 mos ago
Catastrophic spring flooding and blistering attacks in the media greet Chief Inspector Armand Gamache as he returns to the Sûreté du Québec to solve the case of a missing woman.

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