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Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
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Death and the Dancing Footman by Ngaio Marsh
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date: April 26, 2014 01:00PM
location: Cleve J. Fredricksen Library, Camp Hill, PA, 100 N. 19th Street, Camp Hill, PA, The United States
description: The talented married couple who write the New York Times bestselling Coffeehouse Mysteries will be making a rare appearance. They will be giving a talk about creative writing and the creation of both of their long-running series (The Coffeehouse Mysteries and Haunted Bookshop Mysteries), signing books, and joining readers for a free coffee tasting, including a very special "Billionaire Blend," courtesy of One God Woman coffee shop. Cleo's books will be available for purchase at this event.

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State of Wonder by Ann Patchett
State of Wonder
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An Old Betrayal by Charles Finch
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A wonderful story with complicated characters and an intriguing plot. Love Charles Lennox!
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Down Among the Dead Men by Patricia Moyes
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Eduardo Galeano
“Utopia lies at the horizon.
When I draw nearer by two steps,
it retreats two steps.
If I proceed ten steps forward, it
swiftly slips ten steps ahead.
No matter how far I go, I can never reach it.
What, then, is the purpose of utopia?
It is to cause us to advance.”
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