Updated: Jan 20
The Searcher by Tana French “One of the most exciting voices in Crime writing” Wall Street Journal.
Cal Hooper , ex cop from Chicago thought a fixer-upper in a remote Irish Village would be the perfect escape…he finds himself that even in the most idyllic small town terrible secrets lie hidden…
The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson
“Reads like an elegant thriller “ Washington Post
The author has made Winston Churchill’s struggle to keep England out of the Nazi’s
harrowing mission to destroy then occupy England…a minute by minute duck and cover about the Blitz. How Churchill taught the British people “the art of being fearless”
Garbo by Robert Gottlieb (former editor of The New Yorker, editor -in-chiref Simon and Schuster)
First- go to your streaming service and watch a Garbo movie like Ninotchka…or Camille.
This bio—beautifully written pulls us into how she suffered, triumphed and then became an icon …more than any star she invade the subconscious the audience…the world.
Loaded with photos take a fascinating journey into Garbo’s enigmatic life…
The New Comer by Mary Kay Andrews New York Times Bestselling Author
A terrific beach read for snow days! A romantic thriller that has our heroine going after the dangerous sleaze whom she believes has killed her sister. She has to first get out of New York City since the sleaze will try to silence her. She races off to Florida in her sister’s Mercedes and must find a way amongst the sharks to bring justice…
Better Luck Next Time by Julia Claiborne Johnson
Life on a dusty “divorce ranch” in Nevada during the Depression. Believe it—this book is funny! Wealthy women poised between husbands and between worlds…a book with memorably eccentric characters, sparkling dialog, a satisfying plot twist—plus romance and sex!