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Good Wives by [Forster, Margaret]. An interesting look at the marriages of Mary Livingston. Fanny Stevenson and Jennie Lee. This is a secular book. I enjoyed it.

Good Wives by [Forster, Margaret]. An interesting look at the marriages of Mary Livingston. Fanny Stevenson and Jennie Lee. This is a secular book. I enjoyed it.

The Good Widow: A Novel by [Fenton, Liz, Steinke, Lisa]. Fenton spent much too much time on the mental state of the of the widow upon hearing about her husband's death. The whole story is much too drawn out. Disappointing.

The Good Widow: A Novel by [Fenton, Liz, Steinke, Lisa]. Fenton spent much too much time on the mental state of the of the widow upon hearing about her husband's death. The whole story is much too drawn out. Disappointing.

Rocky Mountain Oasis (The Shepherd's Heart Book 1) by [Bonner, Lynnette]. A good story, but way too much preaching and scripture quoting in the novel.

Rocky Mountain Oasis (The Shepherd's Heart Book 1) by [Bonner, Lynnette]. A good story, but way too much preaching and scripture quoting in the novel.

House of Spies: A Novel by [Silva, Daniel]. Always an enjoyable read. However, I always feel that his books reach a climax a few chapters before the end and then tail off.

House of Spies: A Novel by [Silva, Daniel]. Always an enjoyable read. However, I always feel that his books reach a climax a few chapters before the end and then tail off.

Tiffany Girl: A Novel by [Gist, Deeanne]. This book is literary, historical, and romantic. I loved it! *MUST READ OF THE YEAR!* - USA Today *BEST LONG HISTORICAL OF THE YEAR* - RITA WINNER *HISTORICAL FICTION OF THE YEAR!* - RT REVIEWERS' CHOICE

Tiffany Girl: A Novel by [Gist, Deeanne]. This book is literary, historical, and romantic. I loved it! *MUST READ OF THE YEAR!* - USA Today *BEST LONG HISTORICAL OF THE YEAR* - RITA WINNER *HISTORICAL FICTION OF THE YEAR!* - RT REVIEWERS' CHOICE

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by [Harari, Yuval Noah]. A brilliant read summing up mankind's history, but I found the relentless atheism a bit disturbing. Well written and interesting.

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by [Harari, Yuval Noah]. A brilliant read summing up mankind's history, but I found the relentless atheism a bit disturbing. Well written and interesting.

The Glass Castle by [Walls, Jeannette]. An outstanding memoir of an extremely difficult nomadic childhood with two drifter parents. Well worth reading.  It received the Christopher Award, the American Library Association's Alex Award (2006), and the Books for Better Living Award.

The Glass Castle by [Walls, Jeannette]. An outstanding memoir of an extremely difficult nomadic childhood with two drifter parents. Well worth reading. It received the Christopher Award, the American Library Association's Alex Award (2006), and the Books for Better Living Award.

Saving Simon: How a Rescue Donkey Taught Me the Meaning of Compassion by [Katz, Jon]. I enjoyed the story. It was touching, but the author waxed philosophical and it got a bit tedious.

Saving Simon: How a Rescue Donkey Taught Me the Meaning of Compassion by [Katz, Jon]. I enjoyed the story. It was touching, but the author waxed philosophical and it got a bit tedious.