Monthly Archives: July 2021

The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles

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There are countless stories of the Nazi Occupation of France during WWII, and each is compelling and necessary. Those that are fiction still illuminate a larger truth: This can never happen again. Many…

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“Various and Sundry” Spectacular Summer Reads!

by Rosanne Trissler The pandemic has certainly made me a certified reading addict! For that I am grateful. I am mostly grateful, however, for the authors who shared their artistic and scholarly powers to bring us all these 5 tremendous … Continue reading

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The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles

There are countless stories of the Nazi Occupation of France during WWII, and each is compelling and necessary. Those that are fiction still illuminate a larger truth: This can never happen again. Many of those stories take place in the … Continue reading

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The Hairstons: An American Family in Black and White, by Henry Weincek

“It’s amazing to me why we keep loving this country, and this country does not love us back. It’s really so sad.”-NBA Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers on the shooting of Jacob Blake, the Republican National convention, police brutality, … Continue reading

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Sharp’s Tiger by Bernard Cornwell (#1 in a series)

My better half has long been a fan of Bernard Cornwell, especially the Sharpe series. He owns and has read them all and has them shelved in chronological, not publication, order. Knowing my fondness for historical fiction (for history, in … Continue reading

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