Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Moss Bluff Book Chat: March 15th

Below are a few books readers discussed at the March 15th meeting.

Dark Harvest by Karen Harper

Policewoman Kat Lindley goes undercover in the Amish town of Maplecreek, Ohio in order to figure out who is behind recent attacks on the community. Dark Harvest is an interesting story with enough complex characterization to make itself much more than a basic whodunit.

Find it at your library!

The Fates Will Find Their Way by Hannah Pittard

In The Fates Will Find Their Way, 16-year-old Nora disappears one Halloween night. The novel traces the psychological toll this leaves on her peers over the course of 30 years. The book ultimately veers past “different” and into “just plain strange” territory, making it a rather rough read.

Find it at your library!

Barefoot by Elin Hilderbrand

Readers wishing to take an early summer trip may be interested in Elin Hilderbrand’s Barefoot, which follows three women vacationing in Nantucket. They are all hoping the getaway will help them escape recent personal struggles in their lives. The novel is a relaxing and quick read.

Find it at your library!

Reminder: Our “Book of the Month” is If the Devil Had a Wife by Frank Mills and Rebecca Stark Nugent, to be discussed on April 5th. For more information, please contact the Moss Bluff branch.

(Images from:
http://www.gale.cengage.com/servlet/ItemDetailServlet?region=9&imprint=860&titleCode=TP794&type=3&id=262994; http://www.harpercollins.com/books/The-Fates-Will-Find-Their-Way-Hannah-Pittard?isbn=9780061996054&HCHP=TB_The+Fates+Will+Find+Their+Way; http://www.hachettebookgroup.com/books_9780316018593.htm)

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