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The Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill By Dominique Enright - Book Finder - Oprah.com

The Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill By Dominique Enright - Book Finder - Oprah.com

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oprah- Giilian Flynn picks 5 best thrillers of Summer 2013

7 New Books That Will Take You on an Inner Journey    Read more: http://www.oprah.com/book/The-World-Without-You?editors_pick_id=38216#ixzz26Puitr87

The World Without You

The parents, three sisters, and widow of a reporter killed in Iraq reunite in Joshua Henkin's moving novel The World Without You, a story about the volatility of fresh grief and old antagonisms.

In The Last Summer of the Camperdowns (Liveright), by Elizabeth Kelly, Riddle is the privileged only daughter of a politician and an icy, self-centered former actress—parents who never put her first. The plot unfolds like the Cape Cod season itself—beginning lazily, languidly, before heating up and morphing into a fast-paced thriller.   — Abbe Wrigh

The Last Summer of the Camperdowns

Oprah's 2013 Summer Reading List~if your idea of the perfect summer romance is finding a great new read to fall in love with, you've come to the right place. Here are the season's un-put-down-able titles.

The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls

We Are Taking Only What We Need By Stephanie Powell Watts   Read more: http://www.oprah.com/book/We-Are-Taking-Only-What-We-Need?editors_pick_id=43940#ixzz2XFHsXppX

We Are Taking Only What We Need

Stephanie Powell Watts writes about "dirt roaders", working-class Southerners who live large and dream safe.

Memoir that tells the story of how the author endures while loving and losing her son to Tay-Sachs disease.

The Still Point of the Turning World

The Still Point of the Turning World (Penguin) burns through the wrenching terror and maddening sorrow Emily Rapp endures while loving and losing her son to Tay-Sachs disease.

Memoir - Mother Daughter Me By Katie Hafner - Book Finder - Oprah.comWhen widowed, single mother Katie Hafner invites her elderly mom to move in with her and her teenage daughter, she presents the situation as a pastoral experiment: three generations of women under one roof in San Francisco...

Mother Daughter Me: A Memoir

When widowed, single mother Katie Hafner invites her elderly mom to move in with her and her teenage daughter, she presents the situation as a pastoral experiment: three generations of women under one roof in San Francisco.

This is a book about a lifetime of grief after the author loses her parents, husband, and two sons in the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka. How do we learn to live with what we can't come to terms with? I kept thinking of that passage in the Bible: "Many waters cannot quench love, neither can floods drown it."

Wave

Wave - author loses her parents, husband, and two sons to the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka.

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