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Angela Campbell Recommends - Quietus - by Vivian Schilling - Imagine being in a plane crash. After surviving such a horrible fate, you manage to somehow cheat death...

Angela Campbell Recommends - Colony Girl - by Thomas Rayfiel - should be read by every woman over the age of 15...

Angela Campbell Recommends - The Bear's Embrace - by Patricia Van Tighem - According to an old Native American legend, if you are attacked by a bear and survive, you will gain its wisdom and power…

Angela Campbell Recommends - The Shipping News - by E. Annie Proulx - … storytelling genius… Proulx vividly describes the beauty of Newfoundland and its laid back atmosphere …

Angela Campbell Recommends - In the Forest of Harm by Sallie Bissell - What do you do when a quiet nature hike turns into Deliverance gone bad?! Who is that man (or is it men?) hiding in the trees? Why won't her Native American ancestors leave her alone?...

Angela Hansen Recommends.. A Perfect Arrangement by Suzanne Berne - It's obvious she has something to hide. Who doesn't in this novel?

Angela's Picks: Some Things That Stay by Sarah Willis - This book is a coming of age story about a 15 year old girl who lives during the late 1950's. Her name is Tamara -"pronounced like tomorrow with an 'a'" as she so often explains...
More Recommendations - From Leslie Knox, Narveen Virdi and Jane Wagoner... June-2001

Angela's Picks - The Man Who Ate the 747 "This is the story of the greatest love, ever. An outlandish claim, outrageous perhaps, but trust me ..."

Angela's Picks: Seeing Through Things by Mary Gordon - Mary Gordon investigates the role that place plays in the formation of identity - the connections between where we live and who we are ...

Angela's Picks - Pay It Forward is a wondrous and moving novel about Trevor McKinney, a twelve-year-old boy in a small California town who accepts the challenge that his teacher gives his class, a chance to earn extra credit by coming up with a plan to change the world for the better-and to put that plan into action...

A Good Read... "Watermelon" by Marian Keyes

   

               
       

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