Monthly Archives: March 2012


Leaving Van Gogh by Carol Wallace, is another amazing book sale find. The fictional novel is made all the more fascinating due to Wallace’s love and extensive knowledge of art history. The story takes place in a small country town … Continue reading

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Who Done It?

What luck I had in discovering a newer mystery book at the recent library book sale entitled The Paris Enigma by Pablo De Santis who resides in Buenos Aires.  I really enjoyed this book and love the dust jacket design.  The … Continue reading

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You Coax the Blues Right Out of the Horn….

Auntie Mame by Patrick Dennis is a wonderfully humorous memoir.  Published in 1955, the popular book was made into a play and at least two movies.  My all time favorite is the 1958 version with Rosalind Russell as the lovable, … Continue reading

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And the winner is….

  Hearty congratulations to Kathy V. who entered our drawing for a copy of Roughly Speaking. Many thanks to all who entered by “liking” us on Facebook. Continue to follow Bookwinked for future book giveaways!

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