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We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter-Book Review

we were the lucky ones

by Leslie Farin NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Based by the inspiring true story of one Jewish family separated at the start of World War II determined to survive and eventually reunite, We Were the Lucky Ones is a tribute to what can be accomplished with hope and love against all odds. The story that unfolds in

The Two-Plate Solution – Book Review

The Two Plate Solution Book Review

by Harriet Gross I’d like to call your attention to a new book, one that’s interesting – even fascinating – but to me at least, somewhat unsettling.  It’s a rather slim volume – 215 pages – by Jeff Oliver, who has an MFA in fiction (and in the arts, that degree

How Romance Novels Are Luring Older Readers

romance novels for older readers

Romance novels for boomers are lovingly appearing on bookstore shelves A community college administrator and psychology professor, Carolyn McCutcheon, 66, still regularly indulges in a passion that began when she was a teenager. She’s a devoted reader of romance novels. “I’ve always loved a good love story and a happily-ever-after ending,” said