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Miss Jane: A Novel by Brad Watson https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G7EU8FE/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_i.lcybEGH6484

Miss Jane: A Novel by Brad Watson https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G7EU8FE/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_i.lcybEGH6484

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Find this book @ your Library http://alpha1.suffolk.lib.ny.us/record=b4586638~S54

Under-read, overlooked, and forgotten books that everyone will love.

Under-read, overlooked, and forgotten books that everyone will love.

We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter (released, Feb. 2017) - The story of Polish siblings during W.W. II, and how each survived.

We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter (released, Feb. 2017) - The story of Polish siblings during W.W. II, and how each survived.

We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver. | 21 Thought-Provoking Books That Will Stay On Your Mind For Days

We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver. | 21 Thought-Provoking Books That Will Stay On Your Mind For Days

Sounds good: “The Kitchen House makes the reader ponder issues of race in a reverse way, as we see what life was like for Irish orphan Lavinia within the servant community of a tobacco plantation. With characters that are both wonderful and horrible, this is a book that continues to make me think about human nature and cross-cultural relationships.”  -- Susan Richmond,

Sounds good: “The Kitchen House makes the reader ponder issues of race in a reverse way, as we see what life was like for Irish orphan Lavinia within the servant community of a tobacco plantation. With characters that are both wonderful and horrible, this is a book that continues to make me think about human nature and cross-cultural relationships.” -- Susan Richmond,

Yellow Crocus. On the order of The Help, a beautifully written book about slavery but on a personal level, the bonds between a mammy and the white baby she raises, the impact of these on her interactions with her own family, and the ability to "unlearn" what one is taught  and choose that which is right rather than what is accepted.

Yellow Crocus. On the order of The Help, a beautifully written book about slavery but on a personal level, the bonds between a mammy and the white baby she raises, the impact of these on her interactions with her own family, and the ability to "unlearn" what one is taught and choose that which is right rather than what is accepted.

The Roanoke Girls: A Novel: Amy Engel: 9781101906668: Amazon.com: Books

The Roanoke Girls: A Novel: Amy Engel: 9781101906668: Amazon.com: Books