This group, which has been meeting for nearly twenty years, reads and discusses fiction, usually by women. Facilitated by Laurel-Heather Milden, the group chooses recently published novels by authors ranging from the obscure to the well known.
If you have any questions about the group, Laurel-Heather would be glad to help. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org and she asks that you mention the book group name on the subject line.
This group meets on the second Sunday of the month at 2:00pm.
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Discussion on Sunday, March 10 at 2:00pm.
On a small South Carolina island, a dilapidated building known by locals as the "Grief Cottage" stands as a testament to a half-century-old tragedy, when a boy and his parents vanished during a hurricane. Eleven-year-old Marcus is sent to live on the island after the death of his mother and finds himself drawn to the cottage, eventually encountering a little boy that bears a strange resemblance to the one who disappeared decades ago.
Discussion on Sunday, April 14 at 2:00pm.
Inspired by real resistance workers in Austria during World War II, The Lost Letter tells two stories separated by forty years. In 1948, a stamp engraver's apprentice sends underground messages and forges papers for the Austrian resistance; in 1989, a young woman preparing to move her aging father into a nursing home discovers an unusual World War II-era Austrian stamp placed on an old love letter.