Lindsay has worked part-time at Eight Cousins for years. She's a seasoned traveler, loves gardening and, of course, her lovely granddaughters. Outside of Eight Cousins, you might recognize Lindsay from her active involvement in Falmouth. Whether serving on the board at Falmouth Public Library or planning events at Falmouth Hospital, Lindsay is continually donating her time and energy to the community. She is a social worker by training, and if you're lucky enough to catch Lindsay in Eight Cousins, you'll immediately recognize that she is a gracious listener and always has a kind word or an insightful comment. Lindsay is our history enthusiast. Whether fiction or non-fiction, she prefers books that take place prior to 1950, so if you're looking for books about history, be sure to ask for Lindsay.
During WWl a young medical student is sent to be the doctor at a remote hospital that sees a lot of casualties. His relationship with his patients and nurses haunt him as he questions the choices he makes.
Poverty and prejudice can be hard if you live in the bleak Kentucky hills during the depression. The “book woman” travels those hills, sees it all and tries to add some joy to what can seem hopeless.
A lot can happen in Paris in 3 hours during WWll, especially if you are a female markswoman with a high-profile target.
Anton Winter returns from the Peace Corps to New York City to resume life in his childhood home in the Dakota. His father, a famous late night television host has had a breakdown. The Dakota Winters is a story of relationships, parents need for their children and vice versa. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, this family saga showcases New York City in the 1980s.
Claire Thomas is only 7 when her beautiful college-age sister Alison is murdered during her family’s vacation on the Caribbean Island X. The family returns home to attempt to resume the life they had, but for Claire life difficult.
Skip ahead to a grownup Claire living in New York City. One day she sees Clive Richardson--the man accused of killing Alison’s is now free. Claire becomes obsessed with remembering her sister, and finding out what happened that night she was murdered.
Madeleine Albright was the Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton. In 1948 she and her family had immigrated to the United States from Czechoslovakia. In her memoir Hell and Other Destinations, she details what she thinks of the current world leadership and her optimism for the future. This is a chronicle of our times and a self-portrait of a remarkable woman.