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Summer Reads: a list


–Oksana’s parents traveled in a Romani ensemble until she turned 15 and they moved to the United States.


–focusing on the Chilean coup of 1973 and its aftermath for one woman whose lover is murdered


–wine columnist Jean tries to find out who killed her best friend’s wealthy husband


–this novel, beginning in 1929, follows Laura Lamont from small town Wisconsin to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood


–a complicated mystery as Emily St. John Mandel takes the reader from New York to Florida


–this non-fiction book discusses Marie Curie’s two daughters who went on to make their own marks in the world


–re-imagining famed feminist/activist Margaret Fuller’s life


–who doesn’t like to read about the Victorian era? This is a real-life “Madame Bovary.”


–Downton Abbey, the novel? Perhaps. This novel’s setting is one of London’s big houses in the early twentieth century. It focuses on class differences. It’s based partly on author France Osbournes’ own family railway dynasty.


–memoir about getting through the most competitive Ivy in the country


–a novel about family– dysfunction, bonds, sibling love and rivalry

[Amy Steele]

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