Book Club

Book Club Meets once a month:

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The Island of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak (2021), 368 pp Fiction. Set against the 1974 Greek and Turkish conflict on the island nation of Cyprus is the love story […]

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The Frozen River by Ariel Lawhon (2023), 448 pp Historical Fiction. A late-18th-century midwife and healer in New England investigates a murder and a rape. Based on the real-life Martha […]

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The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night-Time by Mark Haddon (2003), 224 pp General Fiction. Bittersweet tale of a 15-year-old autistic and math genius, a kind of Holden […]

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16 September

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The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah (2018), 576 pp Family Life & Friendship. In 1974, a troubled Vietnam vet inherits a house from a fallen comrade and moves his family […]

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How To Hepburn: Lessons on Living from Kate the Great by Karen Karbo (2007), 208 pp Nonfiction. A guidebook to using your inner Hepburn, with no-nonsense commentary from the notoriously […]

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18 November

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Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss by Margaret Renkl (2019), 248 pp Biography & Memoir. Essays of evocative snapshots and lyrical reflections, drawn from the order of […]

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16 December

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The Woman in The Window by A.J. Finn (2018), 464 pp General Thriller & Suspense. Unreliable narrator Dr. Anna Fox—who describes her alcoholism, agoraphobia, and the traumatizing events of her […]

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Twenty Years Later by Charlie Donlea (2021), 432 pp Thriller/Suspense. Twenty years after an accused murderer’s first meeting with her attorney is cut short by the 9/11 attack, a shocking […]

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17 February

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Home Front by Kristin Hannah (2012), 432 pp General Fiction. An honest look at modern marriage and an exploration of the price of war on an ordinary American family. Discussion […]

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At this month's meeting we will be selecting new books for the coming year.

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The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles (2021), 592 pp Historical Fiction. Four boys—three 18-year-olds who met in a juvenile reformatory, plus a brainy 8-year-old—set out from Nebraska in June, 1954, […]

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What You Are Looking for Is in The Library by Michiko Aoyama, translated from the Japanese by Alison Watts (2023), 304 pp. General Fiction. Vignettes follow Tokyo residents to a […]

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Interested in Joining?

The Deercreek Book Club was started in 1996 and welcomes new members who are also members of Deercreek Country Club.

To learn more or join, please contact:

Patricia Sterling patriciasterling@gmail.com

 

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