Mrs. Marco Polo Remembers by Mary Parker Dunning. This is a true story about a young bride and her one-year round-the-world tour with her professor husband in the early 1900's. Her beautiful descriptions of the places they visit make you feel like you get a glimpse back in time. Very well-written.
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For as long as she could remember, Jenny Cockell had felt she had lived a former life as Mary Sutton. Finally, Jenny acted on her intense need to find her lost family. After years of painstaking searching, she finally reunited with family members from her previous lifetime. This is her startling, true story. . . Really makes you wonder! . . .
"The Never Ending Story", Michael Ende - After years of requesting it for Christmas, my mum finally tracked down for me the version of this book that I so coveted. It is printed in red and green ink to differentiate between the action that takes place in the story, and the story within the story. Quite a thing of beauty!
Rachel Weisz new drama, based on the experiences of Kathryn Bolkovac, a Nebraska cop who served as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia and outed the U.N. for covering up a sex scandal (sex trafficking). Kathryn Bolkovacthe showed utmost bravery just to save one girl from being a slave to society.
The Promise by Ann Weisgarber. Pinner writes: "An excellent novel set in 1900 Galveston Island, Texas. The story is told using two strong voices. It is a story of overcoming scandal, the struggle of everyday life, love, and heartbreak. A great read!"