Tag: General Fiction

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TLC Blog Tour & Review: Attachments:A Novel by Rainbow Rowell

TLC Blog Tour & Review: Attachments:A Novel by Rainbow Rowell

About the Book:Beth and Jennifer know their company monitors their office e-mail. But the women still spend all day sending each other messages, gossiping about their coworkers at the newspaper and baring their personal lives like an open book. Jennifer tells Beth everything she can’t seem to tell her husband about her anxieties over starting […]

Posted 27 April, 2011 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 2 Comments
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TLC Blog Tour&Review: The Kitchen Daughter by Jael McHenry

TLC Blog Tour&Review: The Kitchen Daughter by Jael McHenry

About the Book:After the unexpected death of her parents, painfully shy and sheltered 26-year-old Ginny Selvaggio seeks comfort in cooking from family recipes. But the rich, peppery scent of her Nonna’s soup draws an unexpected visitor into the kitchen: the ghost of Nonna herself, dead for twenty years, who appears with a cryptic warning (“do […]

Posted 26 April, 2011 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 3 Comments
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TLC Blog Tour&Review: Lowcountry Summer by Dorothea Benton Frank

TLC Blog Tour&Review: Lowcountry Summer by Dorothea Benton Frank

About the Book:Dorothea Benton Frank is a native of the South whose novels vividly capture the wild beauty, laid-back atmosphere, earthy characters, and charming eccentricities of life in South Carolina’s Lowcountry. Written with compelling honesty and emotional depth, her stories have touched readers from coast to coast, and propelled her to the top ranks of […]

Posted 25 April, 2011 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 3 Comments
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TLC Blog Tour & Review: Separate Kingdoms by Valerie Larken

TLC Blog Tour & Review: Separate Kingdoms by Valerie Larken

About the Book:From Valerie Laken, the Pushcart Prize–winning author of Dream House, comes a powerful collection of short stories charting the divisions and collisions between cultures and nations, families and outsiders, and partners and misfits searching for love. Set in Russia and the United States, these are boldly innovative stories—tales of fractured, misplaced characters moving […]

Posted 22 April, 2011 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 2 Comments
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