Life after life : a novel / Kate Atkinson.
It is an interesting conceit to write a book where the main character dies & gets reborn repeatedly. -Lauren
Resilience : hard-won wisdom for living a better life / Eric Greitens .
I like it so much that I bought a copy. Not an easy read. Lots to think about-but many good thoughts about setting priorities, etc. -Kathy
Murder as a fine art / David Morrell.
It was a good portrait of Victorian England and hte detective system at the time. Very detailed. -Carolyn
Albert Speer : his battle with truth / Gitta Sereny.
Interviews for 10 years after Speer was released from Spandau. -Madelyn
A fighting chance / Elizabeth Warren .
It is a wonderful autobiography about a warrior for the middle class. -Kathleen
Lethal legacy : a novel / Linda Fairstein.
The crime mystery with Alex Cooper as District Attorney is easy to read and interesting. -Ellen.
Bellman & Black : [a ghost story] / Diane Setterfield.
An unusual creative story. Kept my attention. -Sherri
Spinster : making a life of one’s own / Kate Bolick .
Interesting history of choosing to be single as well as some of the author’s own journey. -Sherri
Big little lies / Liane Moriarty.
It would depend on the person whether you liked this or not. I would recommend to someone to reads the “most current” hot book. I didn’t care for the beginning but the author tied up the loose ends well. -Catherine
Parents’ guide to IQ testing and gifted education : all you need to know to make the right decisions for your child, with a special section on bright kids with learning problems / David Palmer.
This is the best book if you want to let your kids test for the gifted program in their school. -Shushan