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The Art of Racing in the Rain

By Crista Tompkins The Art of Racing in the Rain, Author Garth Stein Dogs know everything. Cats do too, but they display little interest in sharing their knowledge with us. As humans, we ...
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Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and a Culture in Crisis, By J. D. Vance Book review by Crista Tompkins This is the story of what the author refers to as the culture of the hillbilly, ...
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Turn the Page- Florida Suspense Series

By Crista Tompkins  Welcome to the Florida Panhandle where the Gulf is warm, the oysters are fresh and twenty-story condominiums don't stand between you and the beach. Appalachicola is the ...
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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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