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16 Great Books to Bury Your Nose In

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16 Great Books to Bury Your Nose In
16 Great Books to Bury Your Nose In

No matter how is your mood but this collection of Best Books really make you Read…

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DO NOT DWELL IN THE PAST, DO NOT DREAM OF THE FUTURE, CONCENTRATE THE MIND ON THE PRESENT MOMENT.

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1) The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Cafe by Mary Simses

2)We Are Water by Wally Lamb

Annie was married with kids before she began painting. Will her success — and an affair with her art dealer (a woman) — wreck everything? A deeply moving look at the price of self-discovery from the author of She’s Come Undone.

GoodHouseKeeping.com (We Are Water by Wally Lamb)

3)The Valley of Amazement by Amy Tan

Raised in her mother’s brothel in 1900s Shanghai, 12-year-old Violet Minturn (who’s half-American) hopes to avoid the same destiny. Tan fans, who’ve waited eight years for this book, will be enthralled.

By Goodhousekeeping (The Valley of Amazement by Amy Tan))

4)Havisham By Ronald Frame

Before she took to pacing about her cobwebbed London manse in a tattered wedding gown, literature’s most famous jilted bride, Miss Havisham, ran the family brewery. Expectations are great for this engaging “prequel” to Dickens’ classic.

By Goodhousekeeping

5)The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion by Fannie Flagg

When Southern belle/empty-nester Sookie Poole learns she was adopted at birth, she starts looking for her “real” identity. The mystery leads her to Wisconsin, where a gaggle of gas-pumping kin fill her in.

By Goodhousekeeping

6)The Goldfinch By Donna Tartt

In this Dickensian tale of art and longing, Theo’s mom dies in a museum bombing, but he escapes — taking her favorite painting with him. Soon boy and masterpiece are drawn into a dangerous web of double dealings.

By GoodhouseKeeping

8) Identical by Scott Turow

Cass Giannis took the rap for his girlfriend’s murder years ago; now his twin, who’s running for mayor, has been accused as well. When a PI digs into the past, she finds a family feud of mythical proportions. It’s classic Turow: love, lies, and lawyers.

By GoodHousekeeping

9) Guests on Earth By Lee Smith

Jazz Age icon Zelda Fitzgerald died in a mysterious fire at a mental institution in 1948. Smith retells the story through the eyes of a (fictional) piano prodigy whom Zelda befriends, probing perceptions of illness and creativity.

By Goodhousekeeping

10) The Girl You Left Behind By Jojo Moyes

Before heading to the WW I French front, Edouard paints his beloved Sophie, who uses the portrait in a risky bargain with occupying Germans. A century later, the painting plays a pivotal role in the life and love of another couple.

By Goodhousekeeping

11)A House in the Sky By Amanda Lindhout

An ill-advised trip to Somalia in 2008 led to the author’s abduction by jihadist mercenaries. The tools that help her survive abuse—grit, wits, empathy—as her family works to free her make for a riveting memoir.

By GoodHouseKeeping

12)The Maid’s Version By Daniel Woodrell

The author of Winter’s Bone returns to the Missouri Ozarks for this read-in-one-sitting yarn. The mystery concerns a deadly 1929 dance-hall fire and its effects on one family, whose matriarch thinks she knows what really caused it.

By Good Housekeeping

13) The Daughters of Mars By Thomas Keneally

The author of Schindler’s List turns to WW I for this tale of intrepid Aussie nurses who join the Allies at Gallipoli. The focus is on a pair of sisters, who learn to love and forgive amid all the loss.

By Goodhousekeeping

14) The Gravity of Birds By Tracy Guzeman

Haunted by a dead lover, brave Li Lan transports herself from 1890s Malaysia to the spirit world to get him out of her dreams. Meanwhile, on Earth, she’s fallen for his cousin. A captivating love triangle with echoes of traditional Asian myths.

GoodHouseKeeping

15) The Ghost Bride By Yangsze Choo

Haunted by a dead lover, brave Li Lan transports herself from 1890s Malaysia to the spirit world to get him out of her dreams. Meanwhile, on Earth, she’s fallen for his cousin. A captivating love triangle with echoes of traditional Asian myths.

GoodHouseKeeping

16) The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Café

Big-city lawyer Ellen heads to Maine to fulfill her grandmother’s dying wish—and falls for a local guy. Problem is, she’s got a fiancé back home. Basic ingredients, well mixed — and good to the last crumb.

GoodHousekeeping
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