Container Gardener’s Handbook by Frances Tophill

No matter how small a space you may have container gardening will bring color, scent, and “fresh off the vine” food into your home. In this book, Frances Tophill guides the gardener to create a colorful, unique and long lasting garden. The beautiful photographs are inspiring and the author offers many easy to follow instructions […]

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“Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors” by Sonali Dev

Retellings of Jane Austen’s “Pride & Prejudice” are not uncommon, but this one hits all the right notes from the original plus adds several new, fun layers! Trisha Raje is a neurosurgeon who was brought up to believe steadfastly in doing the right thing. She always knows exactly what that is when she’s working, but […]

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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

An aging starlet with seven marriages behind her generously offers the rights to her memoir to an inexperienced writer—at a heartbreaking cost. Monique Grant is stunned when Hollywood legend Evelyn Hugo grants an exclusive interview to her over more seasoned journalists, but when she’s also chosen to publish Evelyn’s final confessions after her death, she […]

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The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

Helen Hoang’s The Bride Test (sequel to last year’s The Kiss Quotient) is a sweet story of an arranged marriage.  Khai Diep is on the autism spectrum and believes that he is incapable of loving anyone.  His mother has decided it is time for him to settle down, so she goes back to Vietnam to […]

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Tale Teller by Anne Hillerman

Anne Hillerman has picked up the threads of the characters created by her father, Tony Hillerman. Their stories spring from the Navajo lands of Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona, an area known as The Four Corners. In Tale Teller, the fifth in her series, the story of Bernie Manuelito and Jim Chee continues. They […]

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