Michele Brown

05/22/2009 - 2:48pm

If you liked Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks, how about trying:

Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller When Robert Kincaid and Francesca Johnson meet, magic happens. Kincaid, 52, a photographer for National Geographic, a mystical traveler of faraway land, feels out of harmony with his time. Francesca, 45, once a young war bride from Italy, nurses her childhood dreams. --catalog summary

05/22/2009 - 2:44pm

We've pulled together a few suggestions for further reading. Some share the literary thriller aspect of Hoeg's book, some the Nordic atmosphere. 

05/20/2009 - 9:29pm

Here are a few suggestions for other funny, touching, books:

Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells
Siddalee Walker needs her mother's help with a play she's writing about
women's friendships, so Vivi sends her the letters, photos, journals,
and souvenirs from the Ya-Ya sisterhood. This group of girlfriends was
wild and clever--and stuck in a small town where they were expected to
raise babies not Cain. (catalog summary)

05/20/2009 - 9:08pm

A web resource for the scoop on good works of horror is the
list of Bram Stoker Award winners (and nominees) from the Horror Writers
Association. The lists go back to 1987, so there's plenty of choice!

Their website: http://www.horror.org/stokerwinnom.htm#2003

05/20/2009 - 8:30pm

 Posted - 06/14/2004 : 8:26:40 PM 

If you liked the religious conspiracy aspect of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci
Code, then you may like:

05/20/2009 - 2:12pm

Thank you for e-mailing the Central Rappahannock Regional Library for a
book match. You asked for a match of Vincent Bugliosi's Helter
Skelter. Here's a list of books you may like based on aspects of Helter
Skelter:

How about another true crime book penned by Vincent Bugliosi, this time
in conjunction with Bruce B. Henderson:

And the Sea Will Tell by Vincent Bugliosi and Bruce B. Henderson
As he did in Helter Skelter..., Bugliosi draws readers into the
psyches of the criminally inclined in this minutely detailed chronicle

05/13/2009 - 9:37am

Thanks for contacting the Central Rappahannock Regional Library for a
Book Match. There are so many wonderful facets to Dear Exile! I have
not found an exact match, but here are a few suggestions for books you
may like.

For the letters aspect between friends, two locales:

84 Charing Cross Road, by Helene Hanff
Helen Hanff, a vivacious New York writer with a passion for literature,
writes to a London bookstore in search of rare English classics. Frank
Doel, a good-natured, reserved Englishman, answers her request-- thus

05/12/2009 - 1:09pm

I've listed below a few titles of action/adventure books, spanning from espionage to
bio-thriller, that you may wish to try. If none of these sound like
your kind of book, let us know a little more about what you may be
looking for!

Trojan Odyssey, by Clive Cussler
This 17th Dirk Pitt extravaganza finds Cussler (literally, as he makes a
cameo at book's end) and his entourage of paint-by-number characters in
fine fettle, foiling a dastardly plot by outlandish villains to launch a

03/30/2009 - 7:08pm

Thanks for requesting a Book Match from the Central Rappahannock Regional Library! You asked for series books with characters similar to Stephanie Plum, created by Janet Evanovich. Well! Here are some suggestions for funny heroines in series escapades:

03/24/2009 - 11:36am
The Terra-Cotta Dog

When I think of Donna Leon, I immediately flash to a series by Andrea Camilleri featuring Sicilian detective Inspector Montalbano.

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