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March 2019

Amee: The Widow by Fiona Barton. This is the first in the series. Journalist, Kate Waters, attempts to follow the story of the death of Glen Taylor and his connection to a missing child. The book spans two timelines with Kate involved in both newsworthy stories. If you like suspenseful thrillers like Gone Girl and Girl on a Train, you may enjoy this.

This month my DVD choice is Private War. It is based on the true story of war correspondent Marie Colvin.


Heather: Snowflakes for All Seasons by Cindy Higham. I love this book and check it out every year to make unique snowflakes.


Karen: Truly Brave Princesses by Dolores Brown & Sonja Wimmer. This gallery of princesses gives visibility to lot of women who do not fit with the traditional conception of a princess. Maybe it’s time to realize that each and every one of us could be a princess.


Mary: Multiple Exposure by Ellen Crosby. A fast-paced mystery featuring a savvy photo-journalist, international intrigue, and the captivating world of D.C. wheeling and dealing.


Megan: How to Give YOur Cat a Bath in Five Easy Steps by Nicola Winstanley. A cute funny story for cat lovers! Grinch 2018 DVD - Hilarious! Loved the movie! Great for family night!


Susan: Never hurts to plan or dream....Reinventing Retirement by Miriam Goodman, International Living Guide to Retiring Overseas on a Budget by Suzan Haskins & Dan Prescher. The Story Sisters by Alice Hoffman. Rose Water and Orange Blossoms (Cookbook) by Maureen Abood.


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