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Her Sister’s Tattoo by Ellen Meeropol

Her Sister’s Tattoo by Ellen Meeropol

ABOUT: In August 1968, Rosa and Esther Cohen march through downtown Detroit protesting the war in Vietnam. The march is peaceful, but when a bloodied teenager describes a battle with mounted police a few blocks away, the sisters hurry to offer assistance. Trying to...

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Book Sisters Book Club Enjoys a Twofer!

Book Sisters Book Club Enjoys a Twofer!

Two for one - a very happy hour for this book club in San Diego, who shared their Zoom meeting with both Kate Quinn and Laura Kamoie to discuss RIBBONS OF SCARLET. Here’s what they had to say:“Thank you NovelNetwork for connecting us with Kate Quinn and Laura Kamoie...

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Rachel Barenbaum – Debut Novelist

Rachel Barenbaum – Debut Novelist

from author's website RACHEL’S DEBUT NOVEL IS A BEND IN THE STARS.  It has been named a New York Times Summer Reading Selection and a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection. It is also a Boston Globe Bestseller. Rachel’s second novel, The History...

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Clover Blue by Eldonna Edwards

Clover Blue by Eldonna Edwards

ABOUT: Set against the backdrop of a commune in 1970s Northern California, Clover Blue is a compelling, beautifully written story of a young boy's search for identity. There are many things twelve-year-old Clover Blue isn't sure of: his exact date of birth, his name...

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T-Town Book Club Toasts to Renee Rosen!

T-Town Book Club Toasts to Renee Rosen!

The T-Town Book Club of San Diego enjoyed refreshing cosmos while chatting with Renee Rosen about Park Avenue Summer. This fun group shared with us that, “Zoom made it easy for us to connect from the comfort of our own homes and Renee was so warm and gracious. We hope...

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COVID Confessions: No, I’m NOT Writing Up a Storm

COVID Confessions: No, I’m NOT Writing Up a Storm

by Lorraine Devon Wilke  “You’ll never find a better sparring partner than adversity.” ~ Golda Meir I’m in the ring, sister. ~ LDW After almost two months, I think it’s safe to say that people are dealing with the COVID pandemic in as wide a range of unique and...

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Glorious Boy by Aimee Liu

Glorious Boy by Aimee Liu

ABOUT: It’s 1942. The Japanese have invaded Burma and are closing in on India. After five years in the remote Andaman Islands, aspiring anthropologist Claire Durant and her husband Shep, a civil surgeon, must evacuate with their beloved but mysteriously mute...

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