I’m reading a debut light mystery, Speakers of the Dead, by Aaron Sanders right now. Walt Whitman is the detective writer and Elizabeth Blackwell, the charge (doctor) who are solving body-snatching crimes in 1843. Fascinating!

Just finished Orwell’s 1984, Dragon’s Teeth by Upton Sinclair and Pulitzer Prize winner, The Immortal

Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot. This excellent nonfiction featured Oprah Winfrey and was featured on HBO in May.

Gail (May ‘17) adds, “Looking forward to our next book club selection which is

nonfiction: A Pretty Horse, by Elizabeth Letts. ‘Equestrian art, perhaps more than any other, is closely related to the wisdom of life.’ – Alois Podhajsky”

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