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Inquiring Minds Book Group

On Monday April 8th at 10AM, we will discuss TWO books. The primary book for discussion is “Wilmington’s Lie: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy” by David Zucchino. The book is a true account of a violent insurrection in Wilmington, North Carolina that…

Inquiring Minds Book Group

On Monday March 11th at 10AM, we will discuss “The Lemon Tree” by Sandy Tolan. This nonfiction book, a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist, provides a view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from a human level. The book shows that despite deep political upheaval, there can still be…

Inquiring Minds Book Group

On Monday February 12th at 10AM in the Parlor, we will discuss “The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store” a murder mystery and novel about small-town secrets by James McBride. We invite YOU to join us for lively discussions. We appreciate different points of view from the readers who…

Inquiring Minds Book Group

On Monday January 15th at 10AM in the Parlor, we will discuss “The First Lady of World War II: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Daring Journey to the Frontlines and Back” by Shannon McKenna Schmidt We invite YOU to join us for lively discussions. We appreciate different points of view from…

Inquiring Minds Book Group

On Monday December 4th at 10AM in the Parlor, we will discuss the Pulitzer prize-winning novel “Trust” by Hernan Diaz. We invite YOU to join us for lively discussions. We appreciate different points of view from the readers who attend the discussions. And we offer light refreshments during…

Inquiring Minds Book Group

On Monday November 13th at 10AM in the Parlor, we will discuss “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” by David Gran. Gran is a journalist who writes at The New Yorker. It is the true account of the killings of…

Inquiring Minds Book Group

The Inquiring Minds Book Group will meet on October 9th to discuss “Horse” by Geraldine Brooks. The author (also a Pulitzer Prize winner) has spun a compelling story that is fiction, but seems so real that the reader might think that it’s nonfiction.   The Inquiring Minds book group…

Inquiring Minds Book Group

The Inquiring Minds Book Group will meet Monday Sept. 11th at 10AM in the Parlor to discuss Paul Harding’s book “This Other Eden.” His novel is based on the story of the community on Malaga Island (off the coast of Phippsburg, ME) that became successfully racially integrated, but…