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The Girls from Ames by Jeffrey Zaslow

Tweet This is an enjoyable story of 11 girls, friends from childhood, who grew up in Ames, Iowa. The author spotlights each girl so you really get to know their personalities and who they are the closest to within the … Continue reading

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Father Dowling Mysteries by Ralph McIrney

Tweet For fun and light reading, McIrney is great.  Not too schmaltzy.  Likeable characters in familiar surroundings.  These are great reads for holidays whether you’re on a beach or taking a break over Thanksgiving weekend.  They are quick reads with … Continue reading

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Midwives By Chris Bohjalian

Tweet Don’t know how many of you are into Oprah, but this is one from her book club. I have read quite a few from this list and have enjoyed many of them. Midwives, as the title suggests, is about … Continue reading

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