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The Shell Seekers - loved reading it

The Shell Seekers, by Rosamunde Pilcher. And a painting called "The Shell Seekers" is a thread that holds the whole story together. Loved it.

The Death of Santini : the Story of a Father and his Son by Pat Conroy

The Death of Santini by Pat Conroy In this powerful and intimate memoir, the beloved bestselling author of The Prince of Tides and his father, the inspiration for The Great Santini, find some common ground at long last.

Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett

Eye Of The Needle by Ken Follett**It is WWII and a German spy can bring about a Nazi victory, and an Englishwoman stands in his way. This book started me reading this author in the Pillars of the Earth is his best.

I grew up slowly beside the tides and marshes of Colleton; my arms were tawny and strong from working long days on the shrimp boat in the blazing South Carolina heat...I was born and raised on a Carolina sea island and I carried the sunshine of the low country, inked in dark gold, on my back and shoulders.....Pat Conroy ~ The Prince of Tides

The Prince of Tides. This was my first, and still favorite by far, Pat Conroy book. I've read everything he's written. Genius from pain.

Gone Girl: A Novel

Gone Girl: A Novel

part one is a quick read and then part two starts and completely gives you a mind trip. it goes a little long in the end and you probably won't like either main character - but it will probably keep you glued to your seat.

One of the best books I've read this year! Cheers to book clubs for expanding my reading horizons!

The Help by Kathryn Stockett was such a wonderful book. I laughed, almost cried and felt connected with the characters in the story. I can't wait to see the movie.

Winter Solstice.  Great "normal" book

Winter Solstice. Great "normal" book

House of Sand and Fog

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I've heard many nice things about this book. I'm interested in reading it.

Ready For Romance: Reading Gone With The Wind