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Previous Books of the Month

The Boy who Lived with Ghosts by John Mitchell
The Boy who Lived with Ghosts A disturbing, but often humorous, memoir written uniquely through the eyes of a child. This is the story of a young boy growing up in 1960's England, with an alcoholic father and a mentally disturbed sister. It is a shocking account of his sister's physical and psychological abuse of him, as well as a coming-of-age story.
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Puk Time by Jonathan Nichols
Puk Time Puktime is essential reading for anyone doing business in Asia. It highlights the opportunities and risks associated with a country that has existed in relative isolation for the past twenty years. Largely untapped, Myanmar is a haven for those with the entrepreneurial spirit to get in at the ground level. It was not easy for Jonathan, he endured all that Myanmar and its people could throw at him. No matter how hard he fell, he kept getting back up. Nothing could keep him down.
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Thin Places by Diane Owens Prettyman
Thin Places Finn Tully is clean, sober and on the downside of a prison term when he reluctantly makes a promise to a soon-to-be executed man. Tully agrees to prove the man's innocence to his daughter, Chloe. She is a tough no nonsense charter fishing boat captain who needs money. In desperation, Chloe unknowingly strikes a deal with the very man who framed her father and begins smuggling liquor from Washington to Canada. Both lost souls, Finn and Chloe are drawn together by their desire for truth and companionship. But the mysteries surrounding her father's death threaten their future together.
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The Seneca Scourge by Carrie Rubin
The Seneca Scourge Dr. Sydney McKnight, a young physician battling the deadliest influenza pandemic of all time, joins forces with Dr. Casper Jones, an odd new research virologist whose arrival coincides with the virus's advent, and whose presence raises more questions than answers. As scientists around the world search for an explanation for the virus's high mortality rate, Sydney's distrust of Casper grows, especially after she discovers him injecting an unidentified substance into her patient. Despite a heavy patient load, rebuttals from her boss, and an increasingly strained relationship with her boyfriend, Sydney is determined to learn the truth. But what she finds will plunge her into danger and change her life forever...
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