ANF’s bookclub’s recommendations. 10 Nov. 2021

ANF’s bookclub’s recommendations. 10 Nov. 2021

 

Blind Tiger by Sandra Brown (SS recommend)

A family mystery set in the 1920s

The Hole by Hiroko Oyamada (my recommendation)

A novella translated from Japanese with succinct and powerful metaphors about societal roles of Japanese women.

Racing the Devil by Charles Todd (MY)

An Ian Rutledge mystery set in Scotland in the 1920s 

As You Wish by Jude Devereaux (MY) 

Three women find commonality despite very different circumstances

 

State of Terror by Louise Penny and Hilary Rodam Clinton (MR recommendation)

A page turning, political thriller.

Dear Mrs. Bird by A.J. Pearce (LS recommends)

A young woman assumes the role of a columnist.

Beach House for Rent by Mary Alice Monroe (J.D recommendation)

A widowed artist and a young woman find themselves sharing a beach house. Beautiful descriptions about nature.

Cultish by Amanda Montel (JD recommends)

Inner workings of cults and the surprising places they reside.

Aunt Dimity and the Family Tree by Nancy Atherton (DB recommends)

A light and cozy mystery featuring the delightful Aunt Dimity.

Midnight Sun by Linsay Pogue

An end of the world novel set in the savage north, filled with survival themes.

Fierce, Free, Full of Fire by Jen Hatmaker (BR)

Empowerment book for women, especially those in 30s-40s.

Sanibel Flats by Randy Wayne White (DB recommends)

A mystery, set in Sanibel, by renowned and popular Floridian author. 

One Man’s WIlderness by Richard Lewis Pronneke

In its 50th printing, this bible to the Alaskan wilderness is about the author who lived, alone, off the land for 30 years. 

Deep Learning by John D Keheller

An accessible (most of the time) look at the world of technology/

The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

An old dog teaches its humans some new tricks.

Night Tiger Yangtze Choo

A mesmerizing story about a young dressmaker and servant boy, set in 1930s Malaysia.

As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner

The story of a family’s pilgrimage to fulfill the dying wish of matriarch of the family.

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