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The Sisters Weiss

By Naomi Ragen - Published 2013


The dichotomy between filial and religious duty and the desire for independence, freedom and self-expression may be a familiar theme, but Naomi Ragen’...Read Review

Is This Tomorrow

By Caroline Leavitt - Published 2013



Single mother Ava Lark is doing everything she can to raise her son alone. In the 1950s in Waltham, Massachusetts, a divorced Jewish ...Read Review

Sinners and the Sea: The Untold Story of Noah’s Wife

By Rebecca Kanner - Published 2013



In the vein of The Red Tent, which memorialized the little-known life of Jacob’s only daughter, Dinah, Sinners and the Sea purports ...Read Review

Following Tommy

By Bob Hartley - Published 2012



Following Tommy is a slim but powerful atmospheric novel that propels the reader directly to the mean streets of 1960s Chicago. With a ...Read Review

The Prisoner of Heaven

By Carlos Ruiz Zafón - Published 2012


Faithful readers of Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s The Shadow of the Wind and The Angel’s Game will be delighted to find ...Read Review

Something to Hold

By Katherine Schlick Noe - Published 2011


Children/Young Adult

This absorbing children’s novel by Katherine Schlick Noe is based strongly on the author’s own experiences. Like Noe, eleven-year-old Kitty has ...Read Review

The Baker’s Daughter

By Sarah McCoy - Published 2012


What does a 17-year-old German baker’s daughter during World War II have in common with the owner of a German bakery in ...Read Review


By Lauren Groff - Published 2012



What is it really like to be raised in a commune, and what are the lifetime consequences? Those are the questions raised by ...Read Review

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