Category Archives: Books

MEMOIR BY GOVERNOR BOB MILLER

It is so much fun to read about folks from Nevada I’ve known most of my life. I get quite a chuckle about it. This month my book club is featuring “Son of a Gambling Man: My Journey from a … Continue reading

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Bossy Pants by Tina Fey

If you want a great “laugh out loud” read pick up a copy of Tina Fey’s Bossy Pants. Its “laugh out loud” funny and it’s just what we need as we enter this election year as well as to remind … Continue reading

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FAITH BY JENNIFER HAIGH

ANOTHER GREAT READ! I found this fictional book fascinating. Remember all the hoopla about the archdiocese in Boston and its priests several years ago?  This story focuses on the impact of those events and his family with a surprising ending. … Continue reading

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UNBROKEN: A WORLD WAR II STORY OF SURVIVAL, RESILIENCE, AND REDEMPTION

Summer is my favorite time for catching up on all the great books I hear of during the first half of the year.  I usually start with the first one gathered but this summer I went straight to the amazing … Continue reading

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SARAH’S KEY by Tatiana de Rosnay

A GREAT BOOK THAT REMINDS US OF THE PAST WE MUST NEVER FORGET Our latest book club novel, Sarah’s Key, has been around for a while, but was new to our group. While the story is painful, I loved the … Continue reading

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GOOD READS

Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts This 936 page novel was released in 2004.  This beautiful epic book was suggested to me by my 22 year old niece last summer.  Passion and loyalty, betrayal and redemption are only a few of … Continue reading

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THE RELIABLE WIFE By Robert Goolrick

This is a great winter read as it takes place on the cold frozen tundra in the Midwest. Sex, murder, great clothes, and not in that order … I could not put this work of fiction down; its characters haunting … Continue reading

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