Some Humor, Some Drama, and an Occasional Mystery
Recommended by Cheryl, a member of the Canton Public Library's Lunch and a Book discussion group.
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My husband and I enjoy listening to his wacky antics when we go on trips. His settings in Key West warm us on cold Michigan winter days.
I've read all Tamar's previous soft-boiled mysteries often. I laugh out loud at Portulaca Yoder's antics.
This excellent book was read by both Plymouth Librarys Brown Bag Lunch and Canton Public Librarys Lunch and a Book discussion groups and made for thought provoking discussions on many planes.
I've read all Kathy's previous novels and this one had a lot of basis in facts. I'm fascinated by different belief systems and the repercussions of new findings on those beliefs.
I've read all of Lornas previous books and this one was her best. It is an in-depth look at a book group and each character is developed very well.