The Enemy We Know (Suspense with a Dash of Humor 1), by Donna White Glaser. (Still 2.99?)
"The Enemy We Know is an intriguing, funny, and moving story peopled with characters you will remember long after the last page. If Letty lived in my neighborhood I'd buy her a virgin margarita and talk about all the people we know who are just as odd as we are." -- Amazon reviewer
322 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 58 reviews.
Art of a Jewish Woman: The True Story of How a Penniless Holocaust Escapee Became an Influential Modern Art Connoisseur (formerly titled Felice's Worlds), by Henry Massie. (Still 2.99?)
"This is an engaging book about a fascinating woman. It's a biography as told by her son which offers readers a new way of thinking about the idea of "holocaust survivor" and how trauma reverberates from one generation to another. The narrative moves along briskly, taking us from France to Palestine to Poland to America as we follow Felice's escape from the war zones of the 20th century. The narrative is restrained but honest and insightful, giving us a portrait of a woman who is both admirable and troubled, indomitable and damaged. And it shows a son who comes to understand more about both his mother and himself in the process of telling her story." -- Amazon reviewer
220 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 101 reviews.
Stone and Silt, by Harvey Chute. (Still 4.99?)
"'Stone & Silt' reads a lot like a cozy mystery, and the author does a great job in dropping a few hints here and there which builds up for the end as you try to guess 'whodunit'.
The author presents some great imagery of the Fraser Canyon during the Gold Rush years as Nikaia's family travels to and from Fort Yale to Lytton. We also learn a lot about the First Nations people (or 'Native Indians' as the author refers in the book) and their rich customs.
'Stone & Silt' is a story for all ages that also leaves behind a great message of the importance and value of family. This story was written from the author's heart, and it shows." -- Amazon reviewer
210 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 6 reviews.
Tarot Spreads for Love, Career and More: Get Your Questions Answered, by Ian Eshey. (Still free?)
"This book is the go to book for beginners wanting a basic understanding of the Tarot. The kinds of layouts range from one card, three card, and several others to use depending on what the querrant wants to know. I highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to understand the Tarot in a simple to understand way." -- Amazon reviewer
96 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 7 reviews.
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