“An American Cultural Journey” Summer Reading Program

Check out what the participants in our 2011 Adult Summer Reading Program have read this summer–click on each title to learn more!

The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks
Witness on the Run by Hope White
Point of No Return by Susan May Warren
Under Suspicion by Hannah Alexander
Pirates of the North Atlantic by William S. Crooker
Wiccan Shadows by Lori Schiele
The Silver Needle Murder by Laura Childs
Being Perfect by Anna Quindlen
A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis
The Hills of Homicide by Louis L’Amour
Bomber Offensive: The Devastation of Europe by Noble Frankland
Over the Hump: Airlift to China by William S. Koenig
The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly
The Broker by John Grisham
The Associate by John Grisham
Deceptions by Michael Weaver
Birkebeiner: A Story of Motherhood and War by Jeff Foltz
Dinosaurs in the Attic: An Excursion Into the American Museum of Natural History by Douglas Preston
The Woman of Two Wars: The Life of Mary Borden by Jane Conway
The Great Bridge: The Epic Story of the Building of the Brooklyn Bridge by David McCullough
Zeitoun by Dave Eggers
Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern
Emily Alone by Stewart O’Nan
Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult
Brain Trust: The Hidden Connection Between Mad Cow and Misdiagnosed Alzheimer’s Disease by Colm Kelleher
A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks
Alex and Me  by Irene Pepperburg
That Camden Summer by Lavyrle Spencer
The Silent Girl by Tess Gerritsen
The Saving Graces by Patricia Gaffney
Talk Show by Dick Cavett
My First Cousin Once Removed by Sarah Payne Stuart
The Best Advice I Ever Got by Katie Couric
The Tao of Travel by Paul Theroux
Sean Connery by Christopher Bray
Composing a Further Life: The Age of Active Wisdom by Mary Catherine Bateson

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