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Lucky 7: The Last Girls

No Comments Take a trip down the Mississippi with Lee Smith and The Last Girls  for a decidedly different take on Ol’ Man River. You’re not traveling The Big Muddy with Twain.  No, these are strong women…

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Lucky 7: Gap Creek

1 Comment 1 Comment This Lucky 7 book is not to be missed.  A New York Times Notable Book, an Oprah’s Book Club Book, and a national bestseller with over 1 million copies in print, Gap Creek by Robert…

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Lucky 7 for January: What to Read in 2013

4 Comments 4 Comments What to Read in 2013 With the New Year come new books from some of Algonquin’s classic authors. Dive into wonderful works from the likes of Lee Smith, Robert Morgan, Jill McCorkle, Amy Stewart, and…

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Auld Lang Syne … in clothes

1 Comment 1 Comment Clothes may make the man, but they definitely make the memories for a woman. Open your closet and the tapestry of a life unfolds. I wore this skirt to the interview for the job that…

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Lucky 7: What the Dormouse Said

No Comments No Comments Help your friends and family remember the days when Santa slipped down chimneys and Dr. Seuss was the authority on everything. What the Dormouse Said  is a perfect gift to return anyone to the joys…

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Lucky 7 for December: ‘Tis the Season

No Comments No Comments ‘Tis the Season December is the month when we rediscover the timeless traditions of our families and the simple lessons learned in our childhoods. Unwrap the wisdom and joy of the season with these seven…

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Lucky 7: Flower Confidential

No Comments No Comments “This book is as lush as the flowers it describes.” – Publishers Weekly Flowers can say everything from “get well” to “I love you” to “I’m sorry.”  But they are also a multi-million dollar business.…

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Lucky 7: Bloodsworth

No Comments No Comments “Bloodsworth, who became an advocate for abolishing the death penalty, deserves to be better known, and the battery of mistakes that led to his lethal jeopardy should disturb any fair-minded reader on either side of…

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Lucky 7: John Gardner

No Comments No Comments John Gardner’s legendary life could have been the stuff of fiction, but it was true, all true. He perfected the now-almost-forgotten art of being a bad boy author. And Barry Silesky’s biography — John Gardner,…

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Lucky 7: On American Soil

No Comments No Comments “Essential reading for anyone concerned about the delicate balance between national security and individual rights… as gripping as fiction.” — James Bradley, author of Flags of Our Fathers On American Soil by Jack Hamann blends…

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