12 Dec Page Turners 2018 Titles
Here are the titles we’ll be discussing at our 2018 monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month in Meeting Room B at the Main Library from noon until 1:00pm. Refreshments appropriate to the books are included. Each title is available in various print and audio formats. I hope you can join us, but even if you can’t, I think you will find some good reads here.
January 9 A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. A bestselling novel about “the bitter neighbor from hell” made into a movie.
February 13 Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper. A bestselling novel about a girl with cerebral palsy who deals with her family and school.
March 13 Hillbilly Elegy by J. D. Vance. Bestselling non-fiction about a man who deals with his legacy of abuse and poverty.
April 10 The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. Bestselling historical fiction about women and men in World War II in Europe.
May 8 The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware. A bestselling novel about a journalist who believes she witnesses a murder on a cruise.
June 12 The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. Bestselling historical fiction slaves about and a slave catcher.
July 10 In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson. Bestselling historical fiction about America’s first ambassador to Hitler’s Germany.
August 14 The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck. Bestselling historical fiction about women and children in a ruined castle after World War II.
September 11 The Widow by Fiona Barton. A bestselling novel about a widow of a criminal with secrets of her own.
October 9 Into the Water by Paula Hawkins. A bestselling novel about secrets dredged up after a woman and teen are found dead in a town’s river.
November 13 The Secret Rooms by Catherine Bailey. Downton Abbey will like this non-fiction about top British society before World WarI.
December 11 Novels by Donna VanLiere with Christmas in the title.