Fireside reading at its very best

Submitted by Susan Eames
Ridgerunners’ Book Club Chair

Glancing out winter windows can bring gray and dreary sights. Isn’t it wonderful we can lose the blahs by picking up a book to carry us to a totally different world? Settling by the fire with a good book in hand is a delightful way to pass dark winter days. The women of Ridgerunners offer some suggestions to simplify choosing a book. Sit back, relax and enjoy the peaceful solitude of the first months of the year.
Blue Stockings: “The Things We Cannot See” by Mary Kubica
Godivas: No selection
The Noveladies: “Tailspin” by Sandra Brown
Viewpoint: “Eleanor” by David Michaelis
Gray Matters: No selection
Leaf Turners: “Call Your Daughter Home” by Deb Spera
Book Belles: No meeting
Chapter 13: “The River Ends” by Charles Martin
Sworn Sisters: “The Buddha in the Attic” by Julie Otsuka
Divine Readers: “The Space Between Us” by Sarah Bauer Anderson
Woodland Readers: “Nature Girl” by Carl Hiassen
Page Turners: “Kurdish Bike” by Alesa Lightbourne
Between the Lines: “The Sound of Glass” by Karen White
Novel Ideas: “The Indigo Girl” by Natasha Boyd
Between the Covers: “The Woman in the Window” by A.J. Finn
Happy Bookers: “Anxious People” by Frederick Bachman
Who Picked This Book?: No meeting
Papyrus: “The Vanishing Half” by Britt Bennett
Hooked on Books: “The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane” by Lisa See
Adventure Bound:Memorial Drive” by Natasha Trethewey
Women, Words, and Wine: “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides
Between the Wines: “The Great Alone” by Kristen Hannah
Chapter Chics: “The Chill Factor” by Sandra Brown
As the Pages Turn: No selection

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