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Breaking Records

The One-in-a-Million Boy by Monica Wood is a novel I’m recommending to everyone. Am I ever grateful I brought it home from the library because I had no previous knowledge of it and it turned-out to be simply wonderful. The … Continue reading

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Play It Again Sam

Old Records Never Die: One Man’s Quest for His Vinyl and His Past by Eric Spitznagel took me on a lyrical journey down memory lane. This is a memoir about Eric’s search to reconnect with his past by searching through … Continue reading

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Symphony of Life

The Song of Hartgrove Hall by Natasha Solomons is a then and now story set in England before and after World War Two.  Three brothers and their father return to the family estate after it was requisitioned by England during … Continue reading

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Dedicated to the One I Love

Love is a Mix Tape by Rob Sheffield was a timely read for me and a good memoir.  Little did I know when I chose the book on tape from the library it would be prophetic in a very sad, … Continue reading

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City of Enlightenment

The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough is a historical masterpiece.  High on my list of favorite authors, McCullough’s ability to research and convey history in powerful prose never ceases to amaze me. The novel chronicles the lives … Continue reading

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