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The second book from Deborah Harkness' pen is as action-filled as the first, A Discovery of Witches. Shadow of Night adds the excitement, danger, and intrigue of a trip back to the political upheaval and superstition of 16th century Europe.
Bring your friends next week to see War Horse! Join the popular Feature Film Group on Thursday, June 7th, at 6 pm in the auditorium. Refreshments! There is no charge for this program.
After finishing the second Inspector Kaldis book while on vacation Memorial Day, I was really glad to write a review. The books are short but packed with lots of color, and the colors are bright Aegean blue and blinding cloud white and dusty hillside tan. Oh, and blood red, dark as night, with occasional flashes of lurid orange.
Have you seen Moneyball yet? This movie based on a true story is quite engaging. Not much of a baseball fan, I still found myself involved and enjoying this biopic. There are some funny moments and inspiring ones, as well as the poignancy and sadness of Billy Beane's career and efforts, the focus of the story. Rated PG-13 for language, there really isn't too much objectionable to this movie.