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Tuesday’s Tempting Book…

“Tell Me Something Real” by Calla Devlin.  “There are three beautiful blond Babcock sisters: gorgeous and foul-mouthed Adrienne, observant and shy Vanessa, and the youngest and best-loved, Marie. Their mother is ill with leukemia and the girls spend a lot of time with her at a Mexican clinic across the border from their San Diego home so she can receive alternative treatments.

Vanessa is the middle child, a talented pianist who is trying to hold her family together despite the painful loss that they all know is inevitable. As she and her sisters navigate first loves and college dreams, they are completely unaware that an illness far more insidious than cancer poisons their home. Their world is about to shatter under the weight of an incomprehensible betrayal…”

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Thursday’s Second Thought…

“For anyone living west of the Mississippi in 1912, the biggest news that fateful year was not the sinking of the Titanic. Nor was it Pancho Villa’s brazen raid into New Mexico and the killing of several U.S. citizens. Instead, it was a violent escape from the Nebraska state penitentiary planned and carried out by a trio of notorious robbers and safe-blowers. In the early spring of 1912, two black prisoners undertake an escape from the Nebraska state penitentiary but fail after an informant betrays them. When the deputy warden is stabbed and killed, throwing the prison into chaos, three white convicts carry out their own prison break. With guns of unknown provenance, Charles Morley, John Dowd, and Charles Taylor shoot their way out of Lancaster Prison, killing the warden and wounding his brother in the process. Hunted by three hundred lawmen across the Nebraska plains through a blinding snowstorm, the outlaws invade homes (demanding food, horses, and silk handkerchiefs) and kidnap a young farmer, to the horror of his pregnant teenage bride. What happens next, who gets shot, and who gets hanged are both tragic and thrilling–and set the stage for a modern American jurisprudence and prison reform, ending forever the era of hang-’em-high justice.”  -from amazon.com  Non-fiction.  “The Last Posse” by Gale E Christianson.  Checks out for 2 weeks.

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Monday’s Magazines

       

Mother Earth News. April/May 2017 issue.  Includes articles on the organic fertilizers, building an outdoor oven, homemade salad dressings, and DIY wind generator –with the amount of wind we have had lately, this may not be a bad idea! : ) — and more.

Country Sampler.  May 2017 issue.  Includes articles on creating a potting bench, ways to organize your kitchen and cozy home tours.

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Tuesday’s Tempting Book

“It Ends with Us” by Colleen Hoover.

“As I sit here with one foot on either side of the ledge, looking down from twelve stories above the streets of Boston, I can’t help but think about suicide.  Not my own.  I like my life enough to see it through.  I’m more focused on other people, and how they ultimately come to the decision to just end their own lives.  Do they ever regret it?  In the moment after letting go and the second before they make impact, there has to be a little bit of remorse in that brief free fall.  Do they look at the ground as it rushes toward them and think, “Well, crap.  This was a bad idea.”   —from Page 3 of “It Ends with Us’ by Colleen Hoover.

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Monday’s Magazine

Food Network Magazine  –  April 2017

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