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Health
Vivienne French

God’s Hotel

God’s Hotel  A Doctor, a Hospital, and a Pilgrimage to the Heart of Medicine   During a conversation about health care being more businesslike than

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Fiction
Vivienne French

The Goldfinch

Big book (784 pages!), big story. I was initially daunted by its size, but once into it, I couldn’t put it down. The Goldfinch is

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Fiction
Vivienne French

Memories of a Marriage

Memories of a Marriage is an intriguing and fascinating, slightly salacious, definitely scandalous, somewhat meandering, but never boring, none too gentle reminiscence of past relationships,

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Fiction
Vivienne French

Perfect

It is 1972 in a small English country town. The year is important because it is a leap year and “time was out of joint

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Fiction
Vivienne French

Care of Wooden Floors

Wiles’ debut novel, Care of Wooden Floors, is laugh-out-loud, tear-making, hysterically funny. It is also mortifyingly funny as it is easy to identify with some

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Fiction
Vivienne French

Tributary

“My childhood among the Saints was no such thing. In a land built on belonging, I did not.” These first two sentences of Barbara Richardson’s

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