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Join the Very Important Patron Book Club discussion. The August book discussion is about The Girl Before by Rena Olsen.

Without warning, Clara's home is invaded by armed men, and she is separated from her beloved husband and daughters. The last thing her husband yells to her is to say nothing. Clara is questioned by people who call her by a different name and accuse her husband of unspeakable crimes.

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Join the Very Important Patron Book Club discussion. The September book discussion is about Elephant Company by Vickie Croke.

Tells the story of British WW I veteran James Howard "Billy" Williams, who found his calling working with logging elephants in Burma. When WW II broke out, Williams used his strong bond with the animals to lead the Elephant Company, which was instrumental in defeating the Japanese who invaded Burma.

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Join the Very Important Patron Book Club discussion. The September book discussion is about The Nature of the Beast by Louise Penny.

Nine-year-old Laurent Lepage, who is prone to telling tall tales about things he finds in the woods surrounding Three Pines, is found murdered. What discovery had he tried to share that they all, especially the retired head of homicide, Armand Gamache, ignored?

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Join the Very Important Patron Book Club discussion. May's book discussion is about Take Out by Margaret Maron

Still reeling from the untimely death of her lover, acclaimed painter Oscar Nauman, NYPD Detective Sigrid Harald must investigate the deaths of two homeless men in the West Village. At first police assume an overdose, but one victim shows no signs of drug use. Then containers of poisoned food are found nearby. Commercial audiobook. 2017.

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Join the Very Important Patron Book Club discussion. April's book discussion is about The Shack by William P. Young.

Years ago, Mackenzie "Mack" Phillips's daughter Missy disappeared during a family vacation in Oregon. Now Mack receives a cryptic letter--apparently from God--inviting him back to the remote shack where Missy may have been murdered. There Mack confronts his grief, communes with God, and makes life-changing discoveries. Bestseller. 2007.

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Join the Very Important Patron Book Club discussion. March's book discussion is about The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware.

After a nightmarish break-in, British journalist Lo Blacklock is exhausted but happy to board the exclusive cruise ship the Aurora on assignment. But when she awakens to the sounds of a woman being thrown overboard, Lo's nightmare begins in earnest. Strong language, some violence, and some descriptions of sex. Bestseller. 2016.

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