Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Books On My Nightstand

The Red Book, by Deborah Copaken Kogan~Four Harvard roommates meet again at their 20 year reunion.

Broken Harbor, by Tana French~A new crime/psychological thriller from the author of Faithful Place. Great writer, great storyteller.

A Wanted Man, by Lee Child--Love that Jack Reacher.

The President's Club, Inside the World's Most Exclusive Fraternity,  by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy--A look at the special relationship between presidents. Several library patrons have recommended it.

Dearie, the Remarkable Life of Julia Child, by Bob Spitz~New bio of my pal Julia.

Mission to Paris, by Alan Furst~I have been wanting to read this author, and decided to start with his most recent WWII thriller (set in Paris, of course).

Paris, A Love Story, by Kati Marton~A memoir by journalist Kati Marton.

Chocolate, Chocolate, by Frances Park and Ginger Park~I couldn't resist picking this up in the library the other day, the story of two sisters who opened a chocolate shop in DC--good read for a chocoholic!

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