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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Double-Dose of Ladies With Books

I have been lax the past two months in posting about my book club and its latest "reads". Still Alice by Lisa Genova is a book about a woman experiencing early on-set Ahlzheimers and is written from her perspective. This is a very good book and gives one good in-sight into such an experience. This was Dayle's choice for us to read during the month of April.
The May "read" was The Virgin of Small Plains by Nancy Pickard. This is a murder mystery which takes place in Kansas written by a Kansan. This was a good mystery - kept you involved until the end to find out exactly what happened. Ruby chose this book for May.

1 comment:

Eleanor said...

I am always pleased to pop in just after you have had bookclub and to find some great recommendations. We also had bookclub this week and chose Jeffrey Archer's latest: "Paths of glory". Have you read: 'The Guernsey literary and potato peel pie society' by Mary Ann Shaffer? It's delightful. I also enjoyed accompanying you on the garden tours. You must be enjoying the summer!