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Still Alice by Lisa Genova - Book Review

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ISBN: 9781439102817
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Published: Gallery Books - January 6th, 2009

Beautiful, heart-breaking story of a woman who has a fulfilling career and loving family who in mid-life develops early onset Alzheimer's. Very sensitively written. ~ Reviewed by Barbara Morrow

Back to Wando Passo

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Back to Wando Passo: A Novel By David Payne Cover Image
ISBN: 9780060851903
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Published: William Morrow Paperbacks - May 29th, 2007

A tour de force by the author of the compelling Early from the Dance and Ruin Creek. Returning to the South of his roots, Payne seamlessly and gracefully weaves two brilliantly engrossing stories - one contemporary, the other set during the Civil War - which converge at the end of the book. This passionate and elegant story is realistic with supernatural overtones - funny, heartbreaking, hard-hitting yet gentle. ~ Reviewed by Barbara Morrow

The Lighthouse by P. D. James - Book Review

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The Lighthouse: An Adam Dalgliesh Mystery By P. D. James Cover Image
ISBN: 9780307275738
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Published: Vintage - October 10th, 2006

If you've never read a P.D. James mystery, this is the one! Set on an island off the Cornish Coast of England- There is family intrigue, a touching love story, crime, and passion, all told in a beautiful + understated style. ~ Reviewed by Barbara Morrow

Secrets in the Dark

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Secrets in the Dark: A Life in Sermons By Frederick Buechner Cover Image
ISBN: 9780061146619
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Published: HarperOne - March 13th, 2007

A new book by Frederick Buechner is always eagerly awaited, and this definitive collection of his sermons challenges us as to what it means to be human and how God is revealed in everyday life. Buechner started his preaching life at Phillips Exeter Academy in 1959, and though he never again had his own pulpit, over the years he was asked to preach in places as varied as the little church in Rupert, Vermont to the National Cathedral in Washington. In this remarkable collection, one is struck once again by the compassion and wisdom of this extraordinary writer. ~ Reviewed by Barbara Morrow


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Undercurrents: A Therapist's Reckoning with Depression By Martha Manning Cover Image
ISBN: 9780062511843
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Published: HarperOne - November 10th, 1995

An incredibly moving account by a therapist who writes about her own bout with depression. Inspirational, funny, intimate, and hopeful. ~ Reviewed by Barbara Morrow


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