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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Hollywood icon Evelyn tells her life story to a journalist, starting with coming to Hollywood in the 1950’s, including her seven husbands and a secret love.
The Chelsea Girls
by Fiona Davis
Hazel and Maxine try to get their show on Broadway, but soon learn that Joseph McCarthy’s hunt for communists, with a focus on the entertainment industry, might be the biggest thing keeping them from their dreams.
by Lauren Wilkinson
During the Cold War, FBI officer Marie is glad to finally get a spot on a task force, even though it means helping take down a communist she secretly admires and agrees with.
The Giver of Stars
by Jojo Moyes
Alice signs on to be a horseback librarian during the Depression to escape her small town and difficult father-in-law, but soon bonds with the women she works with and the people she delivers books to.
by Beatriz Williams
Newly widowed Virginia settles in Cocoa Beach, FL, during Prohibition. There she learns more about the business her husband was involved in and the danger that might still surround their family.
by Min Jin Lee
This book follows a family of Korean immigrants in Japan through four generations, starting in the early 1900’s when pregnant Sunja moves there with a man she hardly knows
At the Water's Edge
by Sara Gruen
In the middle of World War II, Maddie follows her husband to Scotland, where he plans to get rich by finding the Loch Ness Monster. She learns about herself, her marriage, and being part of a community.
Rules of Civility
by Amor Towles
On New Year’s of 1938, secretary Katey meets a banker in a bar and suddenly finds herself part of wealthy New York society.
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for Seniors
by Marsha Collier
This book shows you how to use these popular social media sites to connect with friends and family, share updates from your life, find opinions and information, and more.
Hands on with Google Data Studio
by Lee Hurst
Learn to use Google’s free data visualization tool in your personal or professional life to analyze and organize your data so it’s easy to understand and interact with.