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For Rose Gardner, working at the DMV on a Friday afternoon is bad even before she sees a vision of herself dead. She’s had plenty of visions, usually boring ones like someone’s toilet’s overflowed, but she’s never seen one of...
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DESTINATION: BUNDLE UP IN THE WINDY CITY Week of August 3: Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica Heidi Wood has always been a charitable woman: she works for a nonprofit, takes in stray cats. Still, her husband and daughter are horri...
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#MMBBR Review: Surface by Stacy Robinson @stacymrobinson @BookSparks
In this powerfully written and insightful novel, author Stacy Robinson explores the consequences of flawed choices, the complex nature of betrayal and forgiveness--and the intriguing possibility of second acts. . . Claire Montgomery has a lifetime of sensib...
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#MMBBR Blog Tour: The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster by Scott Wilbanks @scottbwilbanks
Annabelle Aster doesn’t bow to convention—not even that of space and time—which makes the 1890s Kansas wheat field that has appeared in her modern-day San Francisco garden easy to accept. Even more peculiar is Elsbeth, the truculent schoolmarm who sends Ann...
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#MMBBR Review: Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes (Rose Gardner #1) by Denise Grover Swank
For Rose Gardner, working at the DMV on a Friday afternoon is bad even before she sees a vision of herself dead. She’s had plenty of visions, usually boring ones like someone’s toilet’s overflowed, but she’s never seen one of herself before. When her overbe...
For Rose Gardner, working at the DMV on a Friday afternoon is bad even before she sees a vision of herself dead. She’s had plenty of visions, usually boring ones like someone’s toilet’s overflowed, but she’s never seen one of...
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#MMBBR Review: The Ones We Trust by Kimberly Belle @KimberlySBelle
A moving and evocative exploration of grief and guilt in the wake of one family's devastating loss. When former DC journalist Abigail Wolff attempts to rehabilitate her career, she finds herself at the heart of a US army cover-up involving the death of a so...
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#MMBBR Review: The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach by Pam Jenoff @PamJenoff
Summer 1941     Young Adelia Monteforte flees fascist Italy for America, where she is whisked away to the shore by her well-meaning aunt and uncle. Here, she meets and falls for Charlie Connally, the eldest of the four Irish-Catholic boys next door. But all...
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#SRC2015 Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica #MMBBR Review @MaryKubica
DESTINATION:  BUNDLE UP IN THE WINDY CITY Week of August 3:  Pretty Baby  by Mary Kubica Heidi Wood has always been a charitable woman: she works for a nonprofit, takes in stray cats. Still, her husband and daughter are horrified when Heidi returns home one...
DESTINATION: BUNDLE UP IN THE WINDY CITY Week of August 3: Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica Heidi Wood has always been a charitable woman: she works for a nonprofit, takes in stray cats. Still, her husband and daughter are horri...
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Champions is an amazing place for kids to learn confidence, self respect and discipline, team work and so much more. It is more than that though, it is a family. We care about each other and watch out for each other. We love seeing each other gain skills and earn belts through hard work. It is a pleasure to be part of the school.
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