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RE: [bookclub-1814] Suggestions for our September/October read

From: Ellen K.
Sent on: Friday, July 19, 2013 12:19 PM
For non-fiction (as well as historical fiction), anything by Alison Weir, a historian who specializes in English medieval and Renaissance history, mostly biographies of famous or infamous women.


From: [address removed] [[address removed]] on behalf of Melissa Rodrigo [[address removed]]
Sent: Friday, July 19,[masked]:25 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [bookclub-1814] Suggestions for our September/October read

Hey Book Lovers!

I'm looking for feedback on our next read (September).  We usually do either non-fiction or our Classic around this time (maybe early 20th century, something not quite so common).  I've had a few good suggestions already but I'd love to hear from you on what you'd like to read & discuss.


OR, another option, which I don't believe we have done in the past - short story collection with a purpose.

Let me know your thoughts, please!



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