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LIONS CLUB DONATION 2011 - FICTION AND NONFICTION
The Distant Hours
A lost letter masks an old secret. Edie travels to a crumbling castle to revisit the place her mother was sent as a teenager during WWII.
Charlene Ann Baumbich
During a mid-life crises, Josie Brooks is drawn to a mysterious snow globe which she feels is beckoning her inside it.
A family who believe they lead an idyllic life must re-evaluate who they are and how they’ve chosen to live.
After a gypsy predicts that her husband is going to murder her, Rose sets off on a cross-country adventure.
The Goddess of Fried Okra
On the advice of a psychic, Eugenia sets off from Texas looking for the soul of her reincarnated sister. Along the way, she meets people who will help her find her strengths and find her own place in the world.
The Goodbye Quilt
Moving her only daughter into college turns into a cross-country adventure trip for Linda and her daughter.
A collection of four holiday-themed Christmas romances.
After suffering separate tragedies, Andrea and Matt have both moved to Moses Lake to find peace. They’re drawn together by a little girl who offers them a chance at a new life and redemption.
A wartime polio epidemic affects a close-knit family and community.
A trio of stories by master western storyteller L’Amour: The Lion Hunter and the Lady,The Trail to Peach Meadow Canyon, and Riding for the Brand.
Sing You Home
After her marriage is destroyed by infertility, Zoe falls in love with another woman. Wanting to start a family, they find her ex-husband standing in her way.
Troubled people are brought together by an enigmatic man in the wake of the 2008 economic collapse.
The White Indian
A white boy, raised as an Indian, becomes obsessed with killing Wind Walker, a white enemy of the Cheyenne.
The Widower’s Tale
To help out his daughter, 70-year-old Percy Darling allows a preschool to move into his barn. His reclusive lifestyle comes to an end and he must take another look at how he chooses to live his life.
Dear Mrs. Kennedy
A collection of condolence letters received after JFK’s assassination.
The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating
Elizabeth Tova Bailey
Bedridden and suffering from a neurological disorder, the author recounts the profound effect a gift of a snail in a potted plant has on her life.
If you are interested in other books donated by the Addison Lions Club, please ask a staff member at the Adult Services Information Desk