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Brilliant nonfiction books are wonderful. They transport us to an unexplored time and space. Good nonfiction can be so well written and fantastic that the topic may be confused with fiction.
Those who want to study new subjects, renew acquaintance with the known, and exchange ideas are excellent candidates for this group.
We meet once a month on the second Tuesday at various locations in Southern Westchester County.

We hope the following will not be considered too much of a constraint:  excluded will be autobiographies and memoirs, spirituality and self improvement, alternative medicine and rejuvenation, and (regrettably) books on the naming of cats.  The structure of the meeting is such that after discussing the month's book selection, see below, we are free to discuss any matters we choose.  So we generally have almost an hour to be more expansive with our conversation.

We collectively select books two months in advance.  For instance, at a June meeting we will be selecting the August book to read.  The decision as to what book to choose is made collectively at the beginning of each meeting.  Specifically, we take about fifteen minutes to order food and catch up and then select a book.  We hope you can suggest a book that you have already read so that we can have a personal perspective on the selection.

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