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An event every month that begins at 11:00 am on day First of the month, repeating until June 1, 2022
Wednesdays, monthly, 11:00 am
We read a different book each week; newcomers are always welcome even if you haven’t read the book!
For further information please contact Caroline Ingvaldsen at [email protected].
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Meeting ID: 912 1778 6331
Here’s the HBTogether Book Club list, all available in a variety of formats at the public library.
Florence Adler swims forever by Rachel Beanland
A family overcoming tragedy opens their home to a refugee from Nazi Grmany during the uncertain time between the wars.
The man who forgot to read by Howard Engel
The true story of the best-selling crime novelist’s battle to overcome the loss of his ability to read.
A canticle for Leibowitz by Walter Miller
In a post-apocalyptic world, cloistered monks strive to illuminate the new Dark Age by studying the writings of the blessed Saint Isaac Leibowitz.
The imperfects by Amy Myerson
The death of Helen Auerbach, refugee from Nazi Germany, and her unexpected bequest of one of the most famous missing jewels in the world, shock her dysfunctional family.
Elizabeth and after by Matt Cohen
Set in small town Ontario, this powerfully told tale of passion and subterfuge spans three generations.
The slaughterman’s daughter by Yaniv Iczkovits
In Tsarist Russia, Fanny and her travelling companion Zizek, encounter murderous bandits and the Imperial secret police in the search for Fanny’s errant brother-in-law.
The beauty queen of Jerusalem by Sarit Yishai-Levi
Gabriela’s mother Luna, the most beautiful woman in all of Jerusalem, shines in this family saga.
Not our kind by Kitty Zeldis
Eleanor Moskowitz assumes the name Moss to enter the rarefied and elegant Park Avenue milieu of the Bellamy family in politely anti-semitic post-war New York City.
Old City Hall by Robert Rosenberg
Toronto Police Service Detective Ari Greene debuts in this page-turning legal thriller.