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MAY 2013

Bring Up the Bodies

Book Two of the Thomas Cromwell Trilogy

By Hilary Mantel


LITERARY - Mantel continues with Thomas Cromwell's tale, after 2009's Booker Prize-winning Wolf Hall. (**** SELECTION July/Aug 2012)

One Last Thing Before I Go

By Jonathan Tropper

LITERARY - Divorced, middle-aged Drew Silver is depressed, but only makes an effort to turn his life around when a stroke reveals a threatening heart condition. (**** Nov/Dec 2012)


The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving

By Jonathan Evison

LITERARY - When a middleaged man who lost his family signs up for a night class called "The Fundamentals of Caregiving," it changes his life. (**** Nov/Dec 2012)

Live by Night

By Dennis Lehane

CRIME - Lehane's 10th novel is an old-fashioned Prohibition-era gangster book. (**** SELECTION Jan/Feb 2013)

Eisenhower in War and Peace

By Jean Edward Smith

BIOGRAPHY - This biography offers a contemporary look at Eisenhower's formative years, his meteoric military career, and, in general, the unsung tenure of America's 34th president. (**** July/Aug 2012)


The Passage of Power

The Years of Lyndon Johnson

By Robert Caro

BIOGRAPHY-The fourth book in Caro's critically acclaimed, five-part series, The Years of Lyndon Johnson, describes the extraordinary events surrounding Johnson's rise to the presidency. (**** July/Aug 2012)

Double Cross

The True Story of the D-Day Spies

By Ben Macintyre HISTORY - The British author and historian concludes his trilogy on World War II espionage. (**** SELEC-TION Nov/Dec 2012)

JUNE 2013

The Middlesteins

By Jami Attenberg

LITERARY - Edie Middlestein, 60 years old and 350 pounds, is literally eating herself to death. (**** SELECTION Mar/Apr 2013)

Flight Behavior

By Barbara Kingsolver

LITERARY - Kingsolver examines environment and identity in an Appalachian farming community. (**** Jan/Feb 2013)

And When She Was Good

By Laura Lippman CRIME - Heloise Lewis lives a seemingly quiet, model suburban Baltimore life. But all is not what it seems...

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