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White Truffles in Winter: A Novel by N.M. Kelby

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The Language of Flowers: started and finished it yesterday. Riveting, and beautifully written relationships. Plus, it totally validated my obsession with daffodils :)

The Victorian language of flowers was used to convey romantic expressions: honeysuckle for devotion, asters for patience, and red roses for love. But for Victoria Jones, it’s been more useful in communicating mistrust and solitude.

Illustrated cover for antique book, "Northhanger Abbey, by Jane Austen #book #illustration #Austen

Illustrated cover for antique book, "Northhanger Abbey, by Jane Austen book illustration

Appalachian fiction at its finest.

one of the best books i have ever read.the clash of cultures .when Appalachia met Detroit during - easily one of my all time favorite reads.

Lisa Genova has done it again!   Thought provoking, emotional, moving, inspiring.... This book is all of those things and more.  Lisa takes her reader into the home of a loving, Irish Catholic family in Boston.  Police officer, Joe, is diagnosed with Huntington's disease, something I knew nothing about before reading this book.  The diagnosis of this devastating, genetic disease rocks the family but I'll let you read it for yourself to see if they crumble...

Can We Cure Huntington’s Disease

Inside the O'Briens by Lisa Genova (April From the New York Times bestselling author of Still Alice Lisa Genova comes a powerful and transcendent new novel about a family struggling with the impact of Huntington’s disease.

The House We Grew up In

The House we Grew Up In Lisa Jewell Meet the Bird family. They live in a honey-colored house in a picture-perfect Cotswolds village, with rambling, unkempt gardens stretching b.

Excellent read.  Personally inspiring.  Have three of her books and all three are great reads.

A Year by the Sea, Thoughts of an Unfinished Woman by Author Joan Anderson. What an interesting story about becoming more of herself! Anderson describes her own year of growth, challenge and finding peace within herself. I loved the book -- a great read!

a lovely read, so is her Olive Kitteridge; The Burgess boys was flat, though

Abide with Me: A Novel by Elizabeth Strout My favorite Elizabeth Strout novel, and I love them all

The Imperfectionists: A Novel (Random House Reader's Circle) by Tom Rachman  A series of short stories discussing individual members of a foreign newspaper. Really amazing character development. I loved this book.

The Imperfectionists: A Novel (Random House Reader's Circle) by Tom Rachman A series of short stories discussing individual members of a foreign newspaper. Really amazing character development.

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