A tragic tale of two friends separated by events in WWII and their equally tragic reunion. This book was a bit of a struggle to get through, and lacked the subtle, dry humor of Adler-Olson's Department Q novels.
Post date: July 18, 2015
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I really liked this book. It was interesting to experience history through a fictional character who lived during the early 1900's through 1985 (when the book ends). The story focuses on a female main character who was born in America to a family of immigrants. Her entire family experiences...
Post date: July 17, 2015
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I have to confess....I love reading about historical things and have "studied" Theodore Roosevelt and his daughter Alice off and on for awhile. So maybe I was "predestined" to like this book. And I did like this book. It tells a great story of both women as young girls and...
Post date: July 17, 2015
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The O'Briens are a nice, blue collar family of Irish Heritage. Joe O'Brien is a cop with the Boston PD. They have 4 grown children, Joe Jr. is married and is a fireman with the Boston FD, Meghan, a dancer with the Boston Ballet, Katie teaches yoga classes and the "baby" of...
Post date: July 17, 2015
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An exciting ending to the Wayward Pines Trilogy.
Post date: July 15, 2015
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** Don't bother with reading this one, even for a quick and easy beach book. Fun premise -- creative cupcake baker Annie Graceland is framed for murder. She's an empath and connects with the murdered individual. Annie is forced to work with the almost naked motivational speaker/...
Post date: July 14, 2015
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A sweet, touching and memorable read. This book lived up to the hype. Of course it had some very sad moments, but you knew that going into it. What I didn't expect was how well you would get to know the characters and are drawn into their story.
Post date: July 12, 2015
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This book reads like a sociology book written by a comedian, which it is. It was both funny and insightful. The author examines modern dating rituals in middle class America. He touches on how these rituals and have changed over the past several decades. He compares dating culture from several...
Post date: July 12, 2015
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This is the second book in the Charlotte Marshall series. Interesting, suspenseful storyline grabbed my attention. I particularly liked her new sidekick, Skeet. He was a fun character and seems like a good match for Charlotte.
Post date: July 12, 2015
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This is a really touching book. It was very enjoyable and was a quick read. I can't wait to read the next in the series. Highly recommended.
Post date: July 11, 2015
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