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Someone in Pinterest recommended this book...It's a really good book, sad story but it happened, can't deny the past. Would totally recommend.

shes-a-pirate If we don’t have the key, we can’t open whatever we don’t have that it unlocks. So what purpose would be served in finding whatever need be unlocked, which we don’t have, without first having found the key what unlocks it?~ Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean-Dead Mans Chest)  *O*

Still Missing ~ Chevy Stevens (11/2013) ****

I have read the whole series so far. Excellent light mysteries. Stony Point, Maine is the setting for the Needlecraft Club/amateur sleuths. Very enjoyable.

Anne Frank [1941] Six million Jews died in the Holocaust. For many throughout the world, one teenage girl gave them a story and a face. She was Anne Frank, the adolescent who, according to her diary, retained her hope and humanity as she hid with her family in an Amsterdam attic.

TIGER’S EYE (STACY JUSTICE MYSTERIES, BOOK #3) BY BARBRA ANNINO: BOOK REVIEW

On What Grounds ~ Cleo Coyle (11/2013) *** (Cute light read)

My Lady's Treasure ~ Catherine Keane (11/2013)

May 2013 Charmed ; & Enchanted / Nora Roberts.

Leaving Time: Jodi Picoult. As always, Picoult delivers a fast-paced plot, nuanced characters, and heart-stirring pathos, but this time she includes a twist even devout readers won't see coming.

The Husband's Secret. This was my book club book for February. It was so good! It tells three different stories that all intertwine with one another, and paints such an interesting picture of what secrets can do in a marriage. And in my opinion shows amazing strength of the women in these stories. It's frustrating and intriguing. I give it 2 thumbs up. -J