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Tessa's book review: Written in Red: a novel of the Others by Anne Bishop

All the elements for a great read come together in Anne Bishop's new book Written in Red. Meg has found shelter from the cold in the unlikeliest place. Humans don't belong among any of the Others. Not the shifters, not even the Crows, not the vampires, not any of the Others. But here she is, with a job and everything.Jacket cover

Jane Austen Book Group goes to Wuthering Heights Monday

Jane Austen silhouettte Join the Jane Austen Book Group on Monday, April 8th, 2013, at 6 pm in the Carnegie McIntyre Room to untangle the passions of Bronte's Wuthering Heights.Refreshments provided .



Thursday Carnegie Feature Film: Lincoln

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Join us this Thursday, April 4th, 2013, in the

Carnegie Auditorium for the fabulous

Tessa's Local Interest Book Review: Noble Savages by Napoleon A. Chagnon

While flipping through Noble savages: my life among two dangerous tribes--the Yanomamo and the anthropologists, I discovered that there were a lot of pages that dealt with New Tribes Mission missionaries.  For those unfamiliar with Jackson, one of the two campuses for New Tribes Institute is here in Jackson. Many people may be interested in what these missionaries' lives are like, and this book can really bring them to life.

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