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Christopher's Diary: Secrets of Foxworth

Author: V. C. Andrews

Review by: Denise C, (Sturgeon Bay) Door County Library

This book is a sequel of sorts to Flowers in the Attic. 

A distant teen age relative finds a diary at old Foxworth burned out estate that her father is working on for a new owner.  She finds that the diary is written by Christopher, one of the 4 children that was rumored to be...

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The Girl You Left Behind

Author: JoJo Moyes

Review by: bpolite46, Peshtigo Branch Public Library

This is an excellent read.  The Story opens in occupied France during WWI.  Two sisters run a small hotel and resturant, that has been run down by "requisitions" from the German  occupiers, who have left little but the bare essentials for the...

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Written in My Own Heart's Blood

Author: Diane Gabaldon

Review by: bpolite46, Peshtigo Branch Public Library

After reading all of the eight "Outlander" books,  I found the last one to be disapointing..   Too many forgetable characters brought back from other books.   I actually found this hard to finish and after investing much time reading the first seven books in the series, I wanted...

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Lethal Letters

Author: Ellery Adams

Review by: Penny, Shawano City-County Library

Having read the previous books in the Books by the Bay series, I was interested in the next installment.  It grabbed me from the beginning. Without giving much away, I was intrigued by the weddings being planned, emotional conflicts, the time capsule found and the body under the pier. The characters have evovled over time and have...

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The Power of Full Engagement

Author: James Loehr

Review by: dianevantassel, Appleton Public Library

Sports pshychology is used to help non-athletes perform better at work and in personal relationships. Instead of focusing on time management, the premise is that people need to manage their energy better by focusing on maximizing their potential physically, emotionally, and mentally. Those feeling burned out and overwhelmed will benefit from tis emphasis on personal values and putting those values to action....

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The Remains of the Day

Author: Kazuo Ishiguro

Review by: dianevantassel, Appleton Public Library

As Jim Stevens embarks on a journey to meet a former colleague whom appears to be more, he reminisces about his career as a butler in the manor of a prestigious English gentleman, Lord Darlington. His desire to succeed in his profession has limited his personal life, a fact that he is just beginning to regret. Stevens' memories...

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The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry

Author: Gabrielle Zevin

Review by: dianevantassel, Appleton Public Library

I liked everthing about this book- the characters, the setting, the humor, and the heartbreak. The story of a grumpy young widower who owns a bookstore is viewed from many perspectives. As A.J. struggles to cope with the death of his wife, some strange events alter his life permanently, starting with the theft of a rare, valuable book and leading to a toddler being left behind in his store. When A.J....

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Invisible City

Author: Julia Dahl

Review by: Audreyperry, Algoma Public Library

Very interesting, albeit fiction, book. I've never given much thought to the inner workings/hiding of cultures. The book was riddled with true information and terminology about the Jewish faith. A good listen.

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Where'd you go Bernadette?

Author: Maria Semple

Review by: Audreyperry, Algoma Public Library

I asked a former librarian for a new book to read. She said that this was one she was going to have us read for book club, so I gave it a shot. It's like a book with's all over the place. But, a fun, fun read.

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Code Name Verity

Author: Elizabeth Wein

Review by: dianevantassel, Appleton Public Library

Maddie is a British transport pilot and her new friend Julie is a special operations agent during World War II. The novel begins when Verity, Julie, begins writing her "confession" after she is captured by the Gestapo in France. She tells the story of her friendship with Maddie, who she believes died in their...