Tragedy of any kind leads one to pause and take an inventory of what's most important in life. And, most often, the one aspect considered to be of insurmountable value is that of family. In The Year That Follows, Scott Lasser draws the reader into the life of a single mother, Cat, living in Detroit, who, in the wake of the unimaginable disaster of 9/11, discovers that her brother is gone forever. Lasser's dramatic story is one that most Americans can relate to whether or not they had an immediat......more
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Last summer, we had a Local Authorâ€™s Day at the Elkton Central Library and we were lucky enough that Cathy Gohlke was able to share some of her books with us. If you missed your chance last year, sheâ€™s back with her newest book, Saving Amelie, which just came out in June. Cathy has published five historical and inspirational novels. Saving Amelie takes place in Germany in 1939. The book follows the story of Rachel Kramer, the daughter of a well-known eugenics scientist. During her fatherâ...
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