Even though it’s possible to venture out in our “new normal,” reading will likely continue to be a favored pastime of Seabrookers. We hope you’ll continue to send us titles. Here is the latest installment from our readers:
The Bedford Boys
by Alex Kershaw
On June 6, 1944, 19 boys from Bedford, Virginia, USA – population 3,000 – died in the first bloody minutes of D-Day when their landing craft dropped them in shallow water off Omaha Beach. This is both the story of that tragic day and of the small town they called home. (2003, 274 pgs; Nonfiction)
The 7½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
by Stuart Turton
Doomed to repeat the same day over and over, Aiden Bishop must solve the murder of Evelyn Hardcastle in order to escape the curse in a world filled with enemies where nothing and no one is quite what they seem. (2018, 435 pgs; Fiction)
by Philip Caputo
A collection of short stories set in the same Michigan Upper Peninsula town, including tales of old high-school buddies on a hunting trip, once-a-year lovers, and a middle-aged man and his grief-stricken father, combine together to form a novel. (2019, 272 pgs; Fiction)
All about Dinner: Simple Meals, Expert Advice
by Molly Stevens
Like most readers, Stevens has no team of prep cooks, no vast pantry, and no one paid to clean up her home kitchen. What she does have are delicious, time- tested recipes made from easy-to-find ingredients, collected for the first time in this cookbook. (2019, 335 pgs; Nonfiction)
We look forward to hearing about the books you or your book club recommend.
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