Daily Archives: April 12, 2015

Dream a Little Dream – Kerstin Gier; translated by Anthea Bell

Liv and her sister have spent their childhood travelling from country to country and they want to land in one spot, a home.  Their mother has taken a job in England and there is a little country cottage with their … Continue reading

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The Lost World of the Old Ones: Discoveries in the Ancient Southwest – David Roberts

In a dim recess, they saw a wonderful basket lying face down, perfectly preserved, and beautifully woven. David Roberts and his wife Sharon looked at it in awe, took photographs, and didn’t touch it.  They left it just as they … Continue reading

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The Last Bookaneer – Matthew Pearl

Start with a South Seas island . . . Samoa.   Add a large estate in the interior owned by a Scottish gentleman and his family.  Throw in some colorful natives and some Germans lurking in the background looking to cause … Continue reading

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