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2020 - 2021 Books
Thursday, September 24
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone
(432 pages/self-reflecting fiction)
A behind-the-scenes peek from both sides of the couch. Witty, relatable, moving homage to therapy.
Thursday, October 22
West with the Night
The author was British born and raised in Kenya. She was a race horse trainer and an aviator.
Thursday, November 19
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night
(274 pages, fiction)
An autistic 15 year old boy relates well to animals but has no understanding of human emotion. He investigates the murder of a neighbor's dog, opening his eyes to truths about his family.
Thursday, January 14
A Gentleman in Moscow
(462 pages, historical fiction)
A Russian count is sentenced to house arrest by the Bolsheviks and confined to live inside a hotel in Moscow for 30+ years. The author weaves a story about the people that the count meets.
Thursday, February 11
Absent in the Spring
Mary Westacott (pen name for Agatha Christie)
(160 pages, fiction)
No crime in this book. Rather a book about a woman and her self-reflection.
Thursday, March 18
The Dutch House
(337 pages, fiction)
About a brother and sister with a very close bond -- their lives and the role the house plays in the story. 2020 Pulitzer Prize winner.
Thursday, April 22
The Things We Never Said
(348 pages, fiction)
Sean receives a box of mementoes. His wife, battling cancer, wants to summarize their lives together.
Thursday, May 20
The All of It
(145 pages, fiction)
Mid 80's in Ireland, a priest, a funeral, complicated love, rain, and fishing--all come together in a tale about a moral dilemma.