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Educated A Memoir
by Tara Westover


 
 
This is a great story to read and discuss in a book group. It's amazing how Tara was able to pick herself up and get out of her circumstance.


Dare Me
by Megan Abbott


 
 
Another murder mystery, this time with cheerleaders and the staff at the high school.


What a wonderful Christmas
by Louis Armstrong


 
 
This is a fun Christmas CD with some of the regulars along with some lesser know tunes.


The Bells of Dublin
by The Chieftains


 
 
Nice easy listening Xmas CD.


The Romances for saxophone
by Branford Marsalis


 
 
This was a very laid back CD and easy to enjoying. My favorite was the Debussy, L'isle Joyeuse


Scorpion
by Drake


 
 
Not really a rap fan but i have enjoyed this CD. It is to be able to understand the words.


101 More Amazing Harry Potter Facts
by Jack Goldstein


 
 
Worse than the first volume and twice as long. No continual music this time (audio version). All but 2 are useless, uninteresting facts/things.


By the Book
by Julia Sonneborn


 
 
Predictable outcome, Jane Austin-esque, fitting the protagonist.


My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry
by Fredrik Backman


 
 
Now I have to go back and read Britt-Marie was here! This is a complicated story because of the way it is written, integrating fantasy stories with the real world, but worth it.


Look Alive Twenty Five
by Janet Evanovich


 
 
Not my favorite of the series, didn't meet Stephanie's parents or grandmother until half-way through the book. They are often the funniest characters!


The Tresspasser
by Tana French


 
 
A great procedural detective story with lots of twists and turn, and a great reveal at the very end. I have read almost all of Tana French’s work and if you are a fan of mysteries you will enjoy any of them including The Trepasser.


A Rumpole Christmas
by John Mortimer


 
 
Rumpole is a delight! He has a wonderfully dry sense of humor. He's a very intelligent and pragmatic defender of low level criminals with a heart of gold.


Unsheltered
by Barbara Kingsolver


 
 
I loved this book - so relative to the moment and what many are going through with aging parents, needy adult children and economic worries - plus a great story line and back and forth in time to bring in some history.


Air Fry Genius By Meredith Laurence

 
 
This is a wonderful book for anyone with an air fryer. Beautiful pictures, delicious recipes, helpful tips, and nutrtional information for every recipe. This book is a keeper for me.


Of Blood And Bone
by Nora Roberts


 
 
Exciting sequel to Year One.
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