Book Discussion

28 08, 2014

“Ordinary Grace” is Far From Ordinary

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The explanation of the title of William Kent Krueger’s Ordinary Grace is hidden deep within the novel.  It’s slow getting there but so well worth the effort.  

This novel evokes a Minnesota summer of 1961.  […]

30 12, 2013

Ann Tyler-“Digging to America”

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Our book club just read Ann Tyler’s The Beginner’s Goodbye which everyone liked.  Her books are usually popular with book clubs.  While researching the author, a news story noted that her husband was an Iranian psychiatrist […]

11 11, 2013

Anne Tyler’s “The Beginner’s Goodbye”

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Anne Tyler, the Pulitzer Prize winning author (for Breathing Lessons), is now 72 years old. She has a reputation for being reclusive, almost in the same category as J.D. Salinger of Catcher in the […]

11 10, 2013

“Still Life” by Louise Penny

By |October 11th, 2013|Book Discussion|0 Comments|

Patrons are mentioning Canadian author Louise Penny’s mystery novels more and more.  It may be time you met her Chief Inspector Armand Gamache for yourself.   

Still Life is the first of nine in this delightful “whodunit” […]

4 10, 2013

New Books

By |October 4th, 2013|Book Discussion|0 Comments|

There are several new books worth checking out!

The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert sounds fascinating but at 512 pages it may be too long for a book club read.  Elizabeth Gilbert of Eat, Pray, […]

30 09, 2013

Meet Author Tess Gerritsen October 1, 2013

By |September 30th, 2013|Book Discussion|0 Comments|

Mark your calendars!  We are thrilled to welcome the internationally known bestselling author Tess Gerritsen to our library October 1, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.  Publisher Weekly has dubbed her “the medical suspense queen”.

Ms. Gerritsen […]

22 09, 2013

“Falling Angels” by Tracy Chevalier

By |September 22nd, 2013|Book Discussion|0 Comments|

Our evening book club just discussed Falling Angels by Tracy Chevalier. This was a very pleasant surprise!

Highgate Cemetery, north London

The book is not long or exceptionally complicated but the author weaves in so much […]