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Book Club

RSVP to Linda Chain for book club location and directions.  
Phone 720.746.8456 or email


Thursday, September 19 hosted by Tricia Potucek  
The Shadow of the Wind
Carlos Ruiz Zafron  

(487 pages) -- fiction
It’s 1945 in Barcelona.  Eleven year old Daniel awakes on his birthday realizing he can no longer remember his mother’s face.  To console his only child, his father, a book dealer, initiates him into the secret of the Cemetery of Forgotten Books.(384 pages) -- suspense/thriller


Tuesday, October 15

Tara Westover

(352 pages) non-fiction

Tara was born in Idaho to survivalists and was 17 the first time she set foot in a classroom. Remarkable, she educated herself and went to Brigham Young University - and beyond.


Wednesday, November 20

Where the Crawdads Sing 
Delia Owens

(384 pages) - fiction

A coming-of-age story that takes place in North Crolina in the 1960s. Kya Clark lives in the marsh and communes with nature. She's bullied but also touched by the kindness of others.


Tuesday, January 14

The Huntress 
Kate Quinn

(560 pages) - historical fiction

A World War II novel about a battle-haunted English journalist and a Russian female bomber pilot who joins forces to track the Huntress, a Nazi war criminal.

Thursday, February 20

A Woman is No Man
Etaf Runi

(336 pages) - fiction

Three generations of Palestinian-American women are torn between individual desires and strict mores of Arab culture. Set in Palestine and Brooklyn in contemporary times.

Thursday, March 19

Min Jin Lee

(490 pages) - historical fiction

Pachinko is an epic historical novel following a Korean family who eventually migrates to Japan. It is the first novel written for an adult, English-speaking audience about Japanese–Korean culture.

Wednesday, April 22

The Silent Patient 
Alex Michelides

(323 pages) - fiction

A criminal psychotherapist works to unravel a mystery involving a famous London artist married to a fashion photographer.

Thursday, May 21

Golden Child
Claire Adam

(288 pages) - fiction

This novel is about a rural family surviving the task of sustaining a decent life in Trinidad. The father is charged with making decisions regarding the fate of one of his twin sons.

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