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The House on Tradd Street by Karen White

The American Heiress and The Fortune Hunter by Daisy Goodwin | Community Post: 14 Books To Read If You Love Downton Abbey #downtonabbey via @BuzzFeed

Book about the labor and social history of Oak Ridge, TN called At Work In the Atomic City

Before the fight to win women equal footing in the workplace, there was the fight against Hitler and Hirohito. In the depths of World War II, everyone in America had to pitch in, men and women alike. And in 1943 the government offered war jobs, lots of them, in a town called Oak Ridge, TN.

Oak Ridge (TN) (Images of America): Ed Westcott: 9780738541709: Books

Ten Thousand Saints by Eleanor Henderson - Coming-of-age story in 1980s NYC...

The Peacock Emporium by Jojo Moyes,

One of my very favorites! An astonishing coming-of-age story set in the midst of the 1980s AIDS epidemic.

The Imposter Bride: A Novel: Nancy Richler

Nerdy, Nerdy, Nerdy!: Wanted: Reading Teachers Who Love Books

Southern Vapors: A True Story Of Silver Spoon To Straitjacket – And Back

See Jane Run- Very good suspense - I have read this twice...absolutely great!

Ingrid, leader of the Mystery Book Discussion Group at CADL Haslett, recommends this story of revenge and danger.

Writing with Hitchcock: The Collaboration of Alfred Hitchcock and John Michael Hayes by Steven DeRosa. $9.13. www.letrasdecanci.... Author: Steven DeRosa. Publisher: CineScribe Media; 2 edition (February 8, 2011). 400 pages. In spring 1953, the great director Alfred Hitchcock made the pivotal decision to take a chance and work with a young writer, John Michael Hayes. The four films Hitchcock made with Hayes ov...

The life and work of Sylvia Plath has taken on the proportions of myth. Educated at Smith, she had an epically conflict-filled relationship with her mother, Aurelia. She then married the poet Ted Hughes and plunged into the sturm and drang of married life in the full glare of the world of English and American letters. Her poems were fought over, rejected, accepted and, ultimately, embraced by readers everywhere. (Click through for an excerpt).