Book Reviews & Book Club Recommendations
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Book Reviews & Book Club Recommendations

Looking for a book for your book club or maybe just looking for a new read for yourself?  Here are some brief descriptions of some of the latest books we’ve read.

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Night is an eye opening true story, about the author’s experience as a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. You could read hundreds of stories...

Our main character Ellen is well versed in relationships and the human psyche. She couldn’t be happier when she meets a wonderful guy, except the...

A new page-turner about doubt, passion, and just how much you can trust someone, from the authors of bestseller The Wife Between Us. The instant...

by Zora Neale Hurston This stunning story about one of the last known survivors of the Atlantic slave trade. Cudjo’s narrative of being captured and taken...

by Dalia Sofer Historical Fiction In the aftermath of the Iranian Revolution, Isaac is wrongly accused of being a spy, taken and jailed. His family doesn’t know where he...

by Chris Bohjalian Perhaps one of Bohjalian’s best books, we are instantly drawn into a family who has more secrets than even they realize. Annalee Ahlberg has a...

by Pete Hamill If you could live forever but never leave the island of Manhattan, would you? Hamill - a prolific writer who is known for his journalism...

Douglas Preston Bestselling author and journalist Douglas Preston gives us a fun and intelligent book that is part Indiana Jones and part research document. The reader learns a...

By William Kent Krueger Ordinary Grace is a brilliantly moving account of a boy standing at the door of his young manhood, trying to understand a world that seems...

by Beth Hahn This psychological thriller is at once a warning and a siren call. Hahn’s writing style grabs the reader at page one and doesn’t let...