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Talk of the Town – May 2016

Saralee and Larry recommend these books for May 2016.

  • “Extreme Prey,” by John Sandford
  • “Quiet Neighbors,” by Catroina McPherson
  • “The Selected Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder,” by Laura Ingalls Wilder, William Anderson, and Bill Anderson
  • “Dodgers,” by Bill Beverly and William Beverly
  • “Just Me and My Mom/Just Me and My Dad,” by Mercer Mayer
  • “The Thank You Book,” by Mo Willems
  • “Kill ‘Em and Leave-Searching for James Brown and the American Soul,” by James McBride
  • “Go Set a Watchman,” by Harper Lee New in trade paperback
  • “You Made Me a Mother,” by Laurenne Sala
  • “The Geography of Genius,” by Eric Weiner
  • “Rough Riders – Theodore Roosevelt, his Cowboy Regiment and the Immortal Charge up San Juan Hill,” by Mark Lee Gardner
  • “Spain in our Hearts,” by Adam Hochschild
  • “Wild Lake,” by Laura Lippman
  • “Pinball, 1973/Hear the Wind Sing,” by Haruki Murakami – new trade paperback
  • “I Do and I Don’t – A History of Marriage in the Movies,” by Jeanine Basinger
  • “The Bath Monster,” by Colin Boyd and Tony Ross
  • “Everyone Brave is Forgiven,” by Chris Cleave
  • “The Blondes,” by Emily Schultz
  • “Every Exquisite Thing,” by Matthew Quick
  • “The Edge of the Orchard,” by Tracy Chevalier