Summer Reading 2007
For One More Day (F Albom) – Mitch Albom is back with another great
story. After years of drinking, being rejected by his wife and daughter and a
suicide attempt, ex-baseball star Charley Benetto returns to his childhood
home where he encounters the ghost of his mother, who tells him family
secrets and guide him in make his life better.
Ines of My Soul (F Allende) – All of Allende’s books have made the best sellers list and
this book is no exception. A fact-based novel that recounts the life of a national heroine,
Inés Suarez, a daring Spanish conquistadora who toiled to build the nation of Chile.
The Collectors (F Baldacci) – Another suspenseful novel by David Baldacci. The Camel
Club, a quartet of eccentrics dedicated to finding out what's really going on in America's
government, becomes embroiled in an intriguing and dangerous mystery when the
assassination of the U.S. Speaker of the House is linked to the death of the director of the
Library of Congress's rare books room. You might also want to read Baldacci’s latest
book . Read Baldacci’s latest suspense novel, Simple Genius - With former Secret
Service agent Michelle Maxwell in a psychiatric institution (following Hour Game),
partner Sean King consoles himself by agreeing to investigate a murder at an exclusive
scientific retreat--where a lot of suspect characters have ties to the institution tending
Maxwell. Will the two team up to figure out what's happening?
We Are All Welcome Here (F Berg) – If you were a fan of Open House, Say When and
Never Change, you’ll enjoy this new novel by Elizabeth Berg. Three women struggle
against overwhelming odds to find freedom in the summer of 1964, and all three find
their own path to independence, understanding, and peace, despite the obstacles fate
throws at them.
The Romanov Prophecy (F Berry) – If you enjoyed The Templar Legacy, try this new
adventure by Steve Berry. With Russia on the brink of bringing back the monarchy,