Reviews

Having arrived in Paris with her husband, Amory, shortly following the city’s liberation during World War II, Copper finds herself aghast at the horrors still raging in the city.

Did You Ever Have a Family by Bill Clegg
Recommended by Mary Severson

Dark Tides by Chris Ewan
recommended by Charlotte Johnson

This page-turning thriller had my heart thumping at times. The plot was great and had me thinking of the characters long after I finished the book.

Relish: My Life in the Kitchen by Lucy Knisley
- Recommended by Lee Burkhalter

A humorous and whimsical memoir about growing up in a foodie family with recipes to try out at home. This graphic novel is aimed at teens, but it’s good for adults, too.

A Man Called Ove: a Novel by Fredrik Backman

Recommended by Laura Carlson

Margarita Wednesdays
- by Deborah Rodriguez

Recommended by Mary Severson

The Nest by Kenneth Oppel
-Recommended by Mary Severson

On Immunity: an Inoculation
by Eula Biss
Recommended by Laura Carlson

These colorful water bottle carriers make staying hydrated a little more convenient. The bags are made by Victoria’s Melanie Rushton, who developed the pattern based on one she found in a sewing magazine about 15 years ago.

If You Lived Here You’d Already Be Home: Stories -by John Jodzio
Recommended by Lee Burkhalter:

Twain’s Feast: Searching for America’s Lost Foods in the Footsteps of Samuel Clemens
-by Andrew Beahrs

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