What’s on Your Nightstand-March 2015 Recommendations

What's on your nightstand?

What’s on your nightstand?

March 2015 Recommendations
FICTION
An Unsuitable Job for a WomanPD James– courageous but vulnerable young detective, Cordelia Gray, in a top-rated puzzle of peril
that holds you all the way – (Ann)
Etta and Otto and Russell and JamesEmma Hooper –A literary debut about unlikely heroes, lifelong promises, and last great adventures –
(Kathy)
In the Bleak MidwinterSpencer Fleming– An Episcopal priest finds a foundling on the church steps and quickly becomes involved in an
investigation into murder that will shatter the lives of members of her congregation (Ann)
Old Filth TrilogyJane Gardam –A deeply humane and often comic portrait of aging and a reminder that the experiences we choose to take with us in our twilight years are as unforgettable–and unpredictable as life itself. (Ann)
Nora WebsterColm Toibin – a grieving Irish widow, navigating fear and grief, finds her strength (Charlet)
Pursuit of LoveNancy Mitford-a classic comedy about growing up and falling in love among the privileged and eccentric (Sarah)
SuspectRobert Crais– Maggie, a former military dog, was severely wounded and now suffers from the canine version of PTSD. She bonds
with a LAPD cop also suffering from PTSD and together, they investigate a cover-up. (Ann)
NONFICTION
Van Gogh – a Power SeethingJulian Bell-Excellent analysis of Vincent Van Gogh, his art and his life (Sarah)