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Books You May Have Overlooked

By Crista Tompkins   Mystery/Thrillers Castillo, Linda.  Lots of interesting stuff here.  Amish.  Police officer boyfriends.  Trouble in tiny tourist-y Painters Mill, ...
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Turn the Page – Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz

By Crista Tompkins  Who are these people and why are they all suspects? It was a Saturday like any other in Saxby-on-Avon.  An ordinary day in summer 1955- except for the funeral of Mary ...
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Bookspiration: Delights & Shadows

By Rebekah Bachman   Have you ever been presented a food, activity, or perhaps a new friend, about which you already had an opinion? Had my brother-in-law never provided a proper ...
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Fresh Perspectives: Vintage Book Art

By Ellen Miller   Old books are a treasure. When you find one completely intact, it’s quite a feat. Historically, I've passed on purchasing finds in not so perfect condition - ...
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Bookspiration: Two Old Women

By Rebekah Bachman   Two Old Women (Velma Wallis) is a tale based on a tribal legend passed on for many generations from mothers to daughters in the upper Alaskan Yukon River ...
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Bookspiration: Eighty Days

By Rebekah Bachman     Then (1889), the most common modes of transportation were horse-drawn carriages, trains and steamships; now (2017), we travel by airplane, high-speed ...
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Bookspiration: Endurance

Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage (Alfred Lansing) by Rebekah Bachman   Shackleton's Incredible Voyage shares the true story of Ernest Shackleton who set sail in ...
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Bookspiration: A Man Called Ove

By Rebekah Bachman   As November and December approach, the associated holidays seem to bring a level of activity and expectations that are unmatched during any other time of the year. ...
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Bookspiration: My Favorite Book

By Rebekah Bachman   I’ve always wanted to use Miss Manner’s phraseology and this seems like a great opportunity. I’m neither a literary expert nor a professional writer, but I am a ...
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