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We hope you are doing well, and that you and your family are staying safe during this difficult time. Please accept our wishes for your health and the health of your loved ones.

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We hope that you have a chance to enjoy the beautiful June sunshine with a good book in hand. We're all in this together!


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Books for Upcoming Holidays
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Father's Day Is June 21st

We feel for everyone who has not been able to see their fathers recently due to COVID-19. Remind them that you still care with a thoughtful gift this Father's Day.

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They may not be walking due to COVID-19, but hopefully they are still graduating. Reach out and touch your grad with an extra-special gift this year even if you can't physically give them a high-five in congratulations. 

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The 4th of July is Coming Up!

Despite all of the uncertainty in the world today, we want to be sure to take this opportunity to celebrate the freedom that we are so privileged to have. As you prepare to celebrate with your family, take the opportunity to read about how our country came to be.

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We're excited to team up with Magnolia Pictures to bring you access to some incredible documentaries about some fabulous books & authors, available to watch from the comfort and safety of your own home, and Fiction Addiction earns 30% of the ticket price for every sale! Below you'll find information about the films, with links to purchase your ticket for a 3-day rental period, plus suggested reading lists for each film.

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I Am Not Your Negro

In 1979, James Baldwin wrote a letter to his literary agent describing his next project, Remember This House. The book was to be a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and successive assassinations of three of his close friends—Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.

At the time of Baldwin’s death in 1987, he left behind only thirty completed pages of his manuscript.

Now, in his incendiary new documentary, master filmmaker Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished. The result is a radical, up-to-the-minute examination of race in America, using Baldwin’s original words and flood of rich archival material. I Am Not Your Negro is a journey into black history that connects the past of the Civil Rights movement to the present of #BlackLivesMatter. It is a film that questions black representation in Hollywood and beyond. And, ultimately, by confronting the deeper connections between the lives and assassination of these three leaders, Baldwin and Peck have produced a work that challenges the very definition of what America stands for.

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James Baldwin Reading List

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Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am offers an artful and intimate meditation on the life and works of the legendary storyteller and Nobel prize-winner. From her childhood in the steel town of Lorain, Ohio, to ‘70s-era book tours with Muhammad Ali, from the front lines with Angela Davis to her own riverfront writing room, Toni Morrison leads an assembly of her peers, critics and colleagues on an exploration of race, America, history and the human condition as seen through the prism of her own literature. Inspired to write because no one took a “little black girl” seriously, Morrison reflects on her lifelong deconstruction of the master narrative. Woven together with a rich collection of art, history, literature and personality, the film includes discussions about her many critically acclaimed works, including novels The Bluest EyeSula, and Song of Solomon, her role as an editor of iconic African-American literature and her time teaching at Princeton University.

In addition to Ms. Morrison, the film features interviews with Hilton Als, Angela Davis, Fran Lebowitz, Walter Mosley, Sonia Sanchez and Oprah Winfrey, who turned Morrison’s novel Beloved into a feature film. Using Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ elegant portrait-style interviews, Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am includes original music by Kathryn Bostic, a specially created opening sequence by artist Mickalene Thomas, and evocative works by other contemporary African-American artists including Kara Walker, Rashid Johnson and Kerry James Marshall.

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Toni Morrison Reading List

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Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins

Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins tells the story of media firebrand Molly Ivins, six feet of Texas trouble who took on the Good Old Boy corruption wherever she found it. Her razor sharp wit left both sides of the aisle laughing, and craving ink in her columns. She knew the Bill of Rights was in peril, and said "Polarizing people is a good way to win an election and a good way to wreck a country." Molly's words have proved prescient. Now it's up to us to raise hell!

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Molly Ivins Reading List

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Gonzo: The Life & Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

Gonzo is the definitive film biography of a mythic American figure, a man that Tom Wolfe called our “greatest comic writer,” whose suicide, by gunshot, led Rolling Stone Magazine, where Thompson began his career, to devote an entire issue (its best-selling ever) to the man that launched a thousand sips of bourbon, endless snorts of cocaine and a brash, irreverent, fearless style of journalism - named “gonzo” after an anarchic blues riff by James Booker.

Borrowing from Kris Kristofferson, Thompson was a “walking contradiction, partly truth, mostly fiction.” A die-hard member of the NRA, he was also a coke-snorting, whiskey-swilling, acid-eating fiend. While his pen dripped with venom for crooked politicians, he surprised nervous visitors with the courtly manners and soft-spoken delivery of a Southern gentleman. Careening out of control in his personal life, Thompson also maintained a steel-eyed conviction about righting wrongs. Today, in a time, when “spin” has replaced the search for deeper meaning, Thompson remains an iconic crusader for truth, justice and a fiercely idealistic American way. Like Jack Kerouac’s On the Road, his book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (and the movie made from it) remains a wanderlust myth for generation after generation of American youth. And for America’s most esteemed journalists – from Tom Wolfe, and Walter Isaacson (former editor of Time) to the NY Times’ Frank Rich – he remains an iconic freelance, never afraid to gore every sacred cow in his path. He believed that writing could make a difference. It could change things.

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Hunter S. Thompson Reading List

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5/26/20 - Voyager - $16.99

Sunshield by Emily B. Martin

A lawless wilderness. A polished court. Individual fates, each on a quest to expose a system of corruption.

The desolate canyons of Alcoro—and the people desperate enough to hide there—couldn’t be more different from the opulent glass palace and lush forests of Moquoia. But the harsh desert and gleaming court are linked through their past, present, and future: a history of abductions in the desert to power Moquoia’s quarries and factories, and a bleak, inhumane future built on the sweat and sacrifice of these bond laborers.

But events unfolding in the present could change everything. In the desert, outlaw Lark—known to most as the Sunshield Bandit—has built a name for herself attacking slavers’ wagons and freeing the captives inside. But while she shakes the foundation of Moquoia’s stratified society, she also has to fight to protect her rescuees—and herself—from the unforgiving world around them.

In the Moquoian court, young ambassador Veran hopes to finally make his mark by dismantling the unjust labor system, if he can navigate the strict hierarchy and inexplicable hostility of the prince. 

And caught in the middle of it all, Tamsin is trapped within four walls, the epicenter of a secret political coup to overthrow the Moquoian monarchy and perpetuate the age-old system of injustice.

Separated by seas of trees and sand, the outlaw, the diplomat, and the prisoner are more connected than anyone realizes. Their personal fates might just tip the balance of power in the Eastern World—if that very power doesn’t destroy them first. 

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5/19/20 - Ballantine 2020 - $29.99

To Wake the Giant by Jeff Shaara

The New York Times bestselling master of military historical fiction tells the story of Pearl Harbor as only he can in the first novel of a gripping new series set in World War II’s Pacific theater.

In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt watches uneasily as the world heads rapidly down a dangerous path. The Japanese have waged an aggressive campaign against China, and they now begin to expand their ambitions to other parts of Asia. As their expansion efforts grow bolder, their enemies know that Japan’s ultimate goal is total conquest over the region, especially when the Japanese align themselves with Hitler’s Germany and Mussolini’s Italy, who wage their own war of conquest across Europe.

Meanwhile, the British stand nearly alone against Hitler, and there is pressure in Washington to transfer America’s powerful fleet of warships from Hawaii to the Atlantic to join the fight against German U-boats that are devastating shipping. But despite deep concerns about weakening the Pacific fleet, no one believes that the main base at Pearl Harbor is under any real threat.

Told through the eyes of widely diverse characters, this story looks at all sides of the drama and puts the reader squarely in the middle. In Washington, Secretary of State Cordell Hull must balance his own concerns between President Roosevelt and the Japanese ambassador, Kichisaburo Nomura, who is little more than a puppet of his own government. In Japan, Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto wins skeptical approval for his outrageous plans in the Pacific, yet he understands more than anyone that an attack on Pearl Harbor will start a war that Japan cannot win. In Hawaii, Commander Joseph Rochefort’s job as an accomplished intelligence officer is to decode radio signals and detect the location of the Japanese fleet, but when the airwaves suddenly go silent, no one has any idea why. And from a small Depression-ravaged town, nineteen-year-old Tommy Biggs sees the Navy as his chance to escape and happily accepts his assignment, every sailor’s dream: the battleship USS Arizona.

With you-are-there immediacy, Shaara opens up the mysteries of just how Japan—a small, deeply militarist nation—could launch one of history’s most devastating surprise attacks. In this story of innocence, heroism, sacrifice, and unfathomable blindness, Shaara’s gift for storytelling uses these familiar wartime themes to shine a light on the personal, the painful, the tragic, and the thrilling—and on a crucial part of history we must never forget.

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6/2/20 - Mariner Books: 2020 - $16.99

The House on Fripp Island by Rebecca Kauffman

A taut, page-turning novel of secrets and strife. When two families—one rich, one not—vacation together off the coast of South Carolina, little do they know that someone won't be returning home. 

Fripp Island, South Carolina is the perfect destination for the wealthy Daly family: Lisa, Scott, and their two girls. For Lisa’s childhood friend, Poppy Ford, the resort island is a world away from the one she and Lisa grew up in—and when Lisa invites Poppy's family to join them, how can a working-class woman turn down an all-expenses paid vacation for her husband and children? 

But everyone brings secrets to the island, distorting what should be a convivial, relaxing summer on the beach. Lisa sees danger everywhere—the local handyman can't be allowed near the children, and Lisa suspects Scott is fixated on something, or someone, else. Poppy watches over her husband John and his routines with a sharp eye. It's a summer of change for all of the children: Ryan Ford who prepares for college in the fall, Rae Daly who seethes on the brink of adulthood, and the two youngest, Kimmy Daly and Alex Ford, who are exposed to new ideas and different ways of life as they forge a friendship of their own. Those who return from this vacation will spend the rest of their lives trying to process what they witnessed, the tipping points, moments of violence and tenderness, and the memory of whom they left behind.

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6/2/20 - Disney-Hyperion - $7.99

Serafina and the Seven Stars by Robert Beatty

When Mr. Vanderbilt, the kind master of Biltmore, asks Serafina to move upstairs into one of the house's grandest rooms, she's sure it's to keep an eye on the guests who have arrived for the estate's annual hunt.

But as Serafina investigates, she becomes more and more unsettled by what Biltmore has become-a place haunted by nameless terrors where no dark corridor is safe. Even worse, she begins to doubt her own senses. Is Braeden really hundreds of miles away, or did he return to Biltmore for one strange night before vanishing? Is the bond between them truly broken or is it stronger than ever?

Then Serafina witnesses a crime that turns her world upside down. How can all that once seemed good and worthy of protection now be evil? And how can she guard those around her when she can't even be sure of the truth of her own heart? 

Signed First Editions Club!

Our picks have won awards, been made into movies, or have simply been really good reads.

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You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekannen, SMP, $27.99

You Are Not Alone July

Afterlife by Julia Alvarez, Workman, $25.95

Afterlife August

Hello, Summer by Mary Kay Andrews, St. Martin's Press, $28.99

Staff Picks
Jill Hendrix
Jill Hendrix, Store Owner

I've been reading a lot of nonfiction recently in my role as a business coach. When I do read fiction, I prefer genre fiction with happy endings!


This month, Jill has been re-reading some of her old favorites:

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4/14/99 - HC - $23.00
Night Gardening by E.L. Swann

A beautiful ode to love, gardens, and second chances

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5/4/98 - PB - $7.99
A Place to Call Home by Deborah Smith

Deborah Smith has written a heartbreaking and enchanting story of two star-crossed Southern lovers. Twenty years ago, Claire Maloney was the willful, pampered, tomboyish daughter of the town's most respected family, but that didn't stop her from befriending Roan Sullivan, a fierce, motherless boy who lived in a rusted-out trailer amid junked cars. Roan is abruptly torn from Claire's life, but now, two decades later, he is about to return. If you enjoy the novels of Nicholas Sparks, prepare to fall in love with A Place to Call Home.

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6/7/05 - PB - $16.00
The Color of Light by Karen White

With a lyrical Southern voice, Karen White delivers an emotionally moving novel of a woman in search of a new beginning…and of a man haunted by the past.

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Nancy M. (Jill's mom)

I love mysteries & thrillers, police procedurals, and psychological mysteries. I also love well written southern fiction set in the early to late 1900's.

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5/12/20 - PB - $16.99
The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

One of the most brilliantly written thrillers I’ve read in a while! Told in a letter written in prison while awaiting trial for murder, Rowan lays out the circumstances of her taking a job as a nanny to a family in Scotland, the death of one of her charges, and her innocence, hoping she can convince a famous solicitor to take her case.The setting in an old manor in the middle of nowhere Scotland adds to the creepy, ghostly, almost gothic like atmosphere. The addition of smart lights,cameras,sounds and the Happy app to control the entire house just add to the feeling that someone is watching Rowan at all times. It is richly written, has a wonderful, complex plot, and an ending that will leave you agape… I’m still trying to process it all. Oh, Ms. Ware… you’ve done it again!!

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6/9/20 - PB - $16.99
The Whisper Man by Alex North

John Saul, Stephen King, and scary, haunting and creepy all come to mind when describing this masterfully plotted thriller. A young boy goes missing in a small town under circumstances eerily similar to the disappearances and murders of young boys 20 years earlier. Each hears a man whispering to him days before he goes missing. But, the perpetrator of that crime is in prison and was not known to have an accomplice. Besides being a page turning thriller Whisper Man is also an eye opening story of fatherhood both the very worst kind and the very best. People will be doing more than whispering about this one – you won’t want to miss it.

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6/23/20 - HC - $26.99
The Last Flight by Julie Clark

Claire is married to a very powerful man who is about to run for the Senate, but he is dangerously abusive and she makes plans to run away and disappear. Eva was a brilliant chemistry student at Berkeley who made one stupid mistake and now is in fear for her life. She too decides to run away and disappear. The two women meet by accident at an airport and decide to swap identities. Neither knows what the other is running from. Thus starts an intriguing tale with twists and turns at every corner. One of the most thrilling books I’ve read in a while. Rich characters and a solid plot take you on a wild journey as the two women hurriedly swap places, each one running from her own demons. A well-written, edge-of-your-seat thriller that will leave you breathless at times, and keep you reading well into the night as you follow these two women through the events that lead to its surprise ending.

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6/2/20 - HC - $27.99
The Guest List by Lucy Foley

The Guest List is about the sumptuous wedding of Jules, a highly successful editor of an online magazine and Will, the charismatic handsome star of a survival TV show. The setting is a remote island haunted by ghosts and the characters all have deep secrets that are slowly revealed as the story unfolds. We know from the beginning that a body is found on the night of the wedding. But it could be the result of an accident, suicide or murder – all are a possibility as we learn more about the wedding party themselves and members of the guest list. The writing is brilliant and as bits and pieces are revealed about a character you are sure you know who is dead and why until more bits and pieces are revealed about another character. You soon realize that you will not know the truth about anything or anyone until the last page of this fabulous Agatha Christie like mystery.

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Melissa O., Operations

I love the faster pacing of books written for a younger audience (middle grade and young adult), but will try just about anything fiction, especially if it has some romance. I also have a soft spot for really special picture books.

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6/23/20 - HC - $17.99
The Girl and the Witch's Garden by Erin Bowman

Bowman's new novel has everything you could want in a middle-grade book: magic, mystery, relatable characters, and a world you can get lost in. Piper will have readers imagining what their own affinities might be and longing for them to manifest, and the Mallory Estate is sure to inspire hidden world fantasies. I loved getting lost in this story and can't wait to share it with fans of other kids' classics old and modern, from The Secret Garden to Harriet the Spy to Three Times Lucky and Nevermoor.

Jill Hendrix
Grace Anne J., Marketing Specialist

I love historical fiction, with World War II fiction usually topping my list of favorites. I also love YA contemporaries, mysteries, and adore anything having to do with musical theatre.

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6/16/20 - PB - $16.99
The Last Train to London by Meg Waite Clayton

I read a lot of historical fiction, but this quickly climbed to the top of my favorites list. The majority of WWII fiction revolves around the camps, but this gave a new perspective - the kindertransports system, run by Truus, a woman unable to bear children herself who is determined to get all of the Jewish children safely out of Austria. It's one of those rare books with multiple storylines that keeps you engrossed in every single page, and leaves you in awe of the people who fought not only for their own lives, but for the lives of every single person that they possibly could. This book will keep you hooked until the final page, and will make you hold the kids in your life a bit more tightly.

Jill Hendrix
Linda H., Volunteer

I enjoy nonfiction the most: biographies, true crime, sociology, and civil rights narratives to name a few. When I read fiction, I choose historical novels or literary fiction most often.

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6/16/20 - PB - $16.00
The Last Train to Key West by Chanel Cleeton

This Chanel Cleeton novel is full of suspense, romance, and intrigue. It's Labor Day Weekend 1935, and a large hurricane is bearing down on the unsuspecting Florida Keys. Cleeton follows three strong women as they make choices that will have life-changing consequences.

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Brent B., Volunteer

There are no limits to what I love to read, however I tend to gravitate to mystery/thriller action stories that are fast paced with lots of twists and turns that keep you guessing all the way to the end. There is nothing I love more than an ending that comes completely out of left field that I never saw coming.

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4/21/20 - HC - $29.00
Walk the Wire by David Baldacci

With limited time to read, and a desire to explore new authors and options, I don't always read the "Sure Best Sellers." However, I've enjoyed Baldacci in the past and hadn't read one of his in a while, so I took the opportunity to add this one to my reading list. I'm glad I did. In Walk the Wire, Baldacci has maintained his high quality of writing with a complex, intricate and multi-layered story filled with memorable and well developed characters. Amos Decker and his FBI colleague Alex Jamison find themselves ordered to a small North Dakota oil boom town to investigate the murder of a young woman whose body was mysteriously found to have already been autopsied when discovered. From there an intricate web of characters and settings in this small North Dakota town, home to a secretive US Military base and to the inevitable sins and distractions to be found in the wealth and hustle of an oil boom town make for a thrilling edge of your seat page turner, done in the classic Baldacci style.

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6/2/20 - HC - $26.95
Broken Genius by Drew Murray

Will Parker, Silicon Valley 'almost billionaire' makes a simple mistake that could have prevented the brutal murder of a young woman. After wandering the world following the incident he ends up working for the FBI in a role that utilizes his tech savvy to help solve high level crimes. When he gets called to the scene of a brutal murder at a 'Comic Con' event, he is going to need all of his skills to solve the crime and prevent another young woman from being savagely murdered. This is a top notch page turner that will keep you glued to the very end. There are twists and turns that keep you guessing and non-stop action that will keep you up late into the night. A great read!

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6/16/20 - HC - $28.00
Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre by Max Brooks

Set in the wilds of Washington State, Greenloop was once a model eco-community—until nature’s wrath made it a tragic object lesson in civilization’s fragility.

Offering a glorious back-to-nature experience with all the comforts of high-speed Internet, solar smart houses, and the assurance of being mere hours from Seattle by highway, Greenloop was indeed a paradise—until Mount Rainier erupted, leaving its residents truly cut off from the world, and utterly unprepared for the consequences. With no weapons and their food supplies dwindling, Greenloop’s residents slowly realized that they were in a fight for survival. And as the ash swirled and finally settled, they found themselves facing a specter none of them could have predicted—or even thought possible. . . .

In these pages, Max Brooks brings to light the journals of resident Kate Holland, recovered from the town’s bloody wreckage, faithfully reproducing her words alongside his own investigations into the massacre that followed and the legendary beasts behind it. If what Kate saw in those days is real, then we must accept the impossible. We must accept that the creature known as Bigfoot walks among us—and that it is a beast of terrible strength and ferocity.

Part survival narrative, part bloody horror tale, part scientific journey into the boundaries between truth and fiction, this is a Bigfoot story as only Max Brooks could chronicle it—and like none you’ve ever read before.

Jill Hendrix
Jackie W., Volunteer

I enjoy suspense, complex political plots, psychological thrillers, really any good mystery. I also enjoy southern historical novels, especially those set in Appalachia as well as regency romance.

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5/5/20 - HC - $27.00
Close Up by Amanda Quick

Amanda Quick (and any other nom de plume) never disappoints. I particularly enjoy the series where enhanced abilities and all the complications that arise from them are on display. This book takes us back to Burning Cove and Luther Pell and Oliver Ward. While they do not play large roles in this book the genre remains consistent with their books. The Poet may be one of the most interesting villains in some time. Vivian and Nick are an unlikely pair at first glance, but when you peel back the layers they show the public you find how alike they are. A great look at the issues of being an independent woman during this age.

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6/9/20 - PB - $16.00
Always the Last to Know by Kristan Higgins

I never miss a Kristan Higgins book and never fail to laugh and cry while reading, sometimes simultaneously. Barb and John do not have a great relationship. If asked, and forced to be brutally honest, they would both pinpoint when it all began to fall apart. It has been easier to just remain with the status quo and live separate lives in the same home. Barb finds a job and newfound independence she never expected. Their very different daughters, Juliet and Sadie, are grown and settled into their own careers and lives. All of this changes in an instant, and not at all in the manner Barb has in her mind. What unfolds is a tale of family, tragedy, betrayal, and soul searching for all. So many of the supporting characters are key to the way the plot unfolds, the sisters relationships, what one daughter thought she always wanted, all twine together for a fascinating story. The book and the very well developed characters engage you and make you laugh hysterically and shed tears for almost everyone involved. An excellent story of life and family.

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6/9/20 - HC - $28.99
Dance Away with Me by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

I think I have read every book she has written and have yet to be disappointed. This book has significant character depth and exposes us to real life, tragedy, heartbreak and joy. Tess is a widow who cannot seem to recover from her husband's sudden death, it has been two years and is still debilitating and consuming. Moving to a small town in the mountains of Tennessee makes perfect sense in her jumbled mind. What Tess has not anticipated is that a small town is the hardest place to be anonymous. Soon she is confronted by neighbors, some friendly and some not, deep rooted suspicion of strangers and general lack of welcome. Perhaps this is all part of what Tess needs to peek out of her self-imposed exile from civilization. Soon she is more involved with far too many people and situations for her comfort. Again Susan Elizabeth Phillips has crafted a plot that will grab you by the heartstrings and take you on an adventure.

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