Mystery review: A trick of the light: a Chief Inspector Gamache novel by Louise Penny

    The seventh book in Louise Penny's Three Pines series was released in August.  I am surprised to discover I haven't reviewed her books before this!  From her very first book, Penny became a favorite author and has remained so with each addition to the series.  The setting is a tiny village of Québec south of Montréal with a disproportionate share of creative geniuses and artful curmudgeons.  And also, as a character in A trick of the light puts it,

Audiobook Review: Nightwoods by Charles Frazier

I just finished the perfect read for these cool autumn nights: Nightwoods by Charles Frazier.  When Luce, a reclusive caretaker of a dilapidated Appalachian lodge inherits her sister’s twins after the murder of their mother, she is totally unprepared for the challenge.  After witnessing their mother’s murder they refuse to speak and have a penchant for violence and starting fires.  Luce, haunted by her own shadows,  must feel her way through a relationship with these two damaged souls, surrounded by a countryside that is both beautiful and menacing.

Jane Austen Book Club for November Continues Discussion of Diana Gabaldon Books

During our October meeting we started discussing Breath of Snow and Ashes, by Diana Gabaldon. During our November meeting we will be discussing the first half of the Echo In the Bone in the continuing saga of Jamie and Clare Fraser. We will meet on Monday, November 21 at 6:00 pm in the McIntyre Room. If you are a fan of Clare and Jamie's, join us. If you are an ardent Jane Austen fan, join us as well. We never tire of discussing our favorite author and her seminal works.

We need more members for our Book Club.

Audiobook Review – Atlantis and Other Places by Harry Turtledove

Alternate History is a genre that asks the question – what if our history had taken a different track?  What if the Nazis had won WW II?

Book Review - the Jane Whitefield Series by Thomas Perry

Those of you who read my blogs know I rarely read one book by an author.  Rather, I look for series with interesting characters who develop over time.  That describes the Jane Whitefield series very well.  Thomas Perry is an accomplished author with many awards for his thriller and suspense books, but my favorites are the Whitefield books.  Jane Whitefield is part Native American, (full-blooded Seneca until her iron-working father met and married her mother) living in upstate New York.  She helps people vanish, people who are being pursued b

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