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Judy has been selling books a long, long time, and her interests are broad: something here for every reader!
An exciting fictional account of the murders at Smuttynose seamlessly emeshed with the suspicions of betrayal that lead to horrific consequences. Read this book, skip the movie.
I loved this book because the characters are developed with great sympathy and compassion. It is a quiet book that let me slip into the complex issues of loss, uncertainty, longing, and honor as this family navigates the chores of daily life. Beautiful language and timing. I can't wait for the sequel.
Lily King is able to bring the exotic world of Margaret Mead front and center in this compelling story of anthropology in the 30's . The moral complexity of the study of indigenous peoples along with the sensuous triangle of love and desire further complicate matters and spin the story along at a good clip.
Janie's voice could hardly be heard at the beginning of this powerful tale . At the end the jury are leaning over to catch her every syllable. Between these two lines is a gripping story of love, betrayal, understanding and extraordinary growth.
Ten year old, Opal, finds and adopts a big homely dog. As Opal's relationships with friends and family develop she finds that this dog, Winn-Dixie is a treasure in a shaggy coat. This story is captivating, intelligent and wonderful for any age.
Wee Free Men is a delightful and witty story about 9 year old, Tiffany. She wants to grow up to be a witch. First she must rescue her brother who has been stolen . She rises to the occasion with the help of tiny blue-skinned pictsies. Together they romp in and out of perilous situations with wild abandon. I love, love this book great for all. ages as the humor is A1.
This is a great psychological suspensful murder mystery. It is written with plausible events paced as fast as you can read it. It is one of the best in the genre. Tana French has more books too!
I need to read this about once a year.This is a succinct book for anyone involved in the arts , any form. It explores the reasons we make or do not make our own art. Easy to read and understand and handy to have as a refresher to RESET.
Written in 1938, it still stands as one of the best thrilling gothic novels. Fantastic writing and character development . You'll never forget Rebecca, and you'll be really thankful you don't live in a mansion; way too many places to hide.