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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Reading Group Selections - December 2013

The best books for reading groups are the ones that foster discussions - whether your book club members are boisterous or more subdued, talking about books is what those meetings are all about! Picking just the right book is always a thrill; love it or hate it - book club books are the ones that stand out.
Here are a few recent paperback releases that would lead to great discussions in any book club!

Undressing Mr. Darcy by Karen Doornebos
American social media master Vanessa Roberts lives her thoroughly modern life with aplomb. Until she sees Julian Chancellor, a very private man from England who's written a book called My Year as Mr. Darcy, take his tight breeches off for an educational striptease to promote his book.
City of Lost Dreams by Magnus Flyte
Sara and Nicolas search for an alchemical cure for a gravely ill friend threatened by an old enemy and a bloodthirsty horseman, while Prince Max tries to explain the strange reappearance of a saint while outmaneuvering a scheming historian.
Morning Glory by Sarah Jio
Jio's fifth novel, following The Last Camellia, explores the degree to which time and distance give comfort to those who have experienced loss.
Once We Were Brothers by Ronald H. Balson
Two boys —one Jewish and one a budding Nazi —meet 60 years later, launching a story that will not let readers go until the last page, long after they discover what occurred in Poland all those years ago.
In Violet's Wake by Robert Devereaux-Nelson
Violet's four ex-husbands band together to track down her high-school sweetheart to find out what the one who got away has —that they don't.

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