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Leonard Pitts, Jr.'s The Last Thing You Surrender

Weekend Reads: The Last Thing You Surrender

What you have here is a historical novel that will challenge your perceptions and everyone who reads this will experience it in a different way,
The time span is short – WWII in Mobile, Alabama – but encompasses so much more. It touches on issues so tangential you might ask “why?” until you learn why.
Best of all, it’s extremely readable. Don’t let the heft dissuade you- once you start, the pages will fly like the wind.

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The Beltie Mystery Prize Finalist: Jamie Mason

A sneaky good look at the dirty underworld of art where money, and only money, talks and the consequences of that greed.   It starts with a video going viral of a teenager fighting off an assailant in the foyer of her house.   In the corner is a quick peek of a painting on the wall, a long-missing painting that only a few recognize… and it only gets...

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Disappearing Earth by Julia Phillips

Weekend Reads: Disappearing Earth

The disappearance of two young girls in a remote area of Russia sends reverberations throughout the relationships of different women in the region.   These linked stories expose the constraints on women living in this remote land.   You'll be rooting for each of them as the mystery of the girls' kidnapping slowly builds to a...

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dusting windows overlooking a lake


There is nothing more invigorating, revitalizing and inspiring than the promise of a brand new year. While I am not one to make new year’s “resolutions” as such, I am all for mapping out new projects, getting (and staying) organized, adopting better/healthier habits and vowing to stop and smell more roses. We’ll see how the latter goes….but back to the clean slate!\ In the shops...

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The Yellow House by Sarah M. Broom

Weekend Reads: The Yellow House

Prepare yourself for some spectacular writing! The yellow house sat on a lot on a neighborhood outside of the sexy area of New Orleans. Broom examines how her family ended up there - their struggles and their dreams - until Hurricane Katrina changes all. Loved this read. Sarah McIntyre's Books

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clothes at Dovecote Style

TRUST ME…YOU’LL LOVE THIS: how to shop a sale

Today marks the start of our making-room-for-the-new sale – a biannual event at the end of our Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer seasons when we clean house and begin making room for new arrivals. This was a great season for us in terms of fit and flattering style,  which means there are a lot of winners on these racks if you are lucky enough to find your size: the thrill of the hunt! While...

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