by Debbie Robinson
‘Bring Me Back’ is a novel by British author B.A. Paris. This is a psychological thriller that revolves around a young couple in love and a devastating disappearance. Even years later the loss and questions surrounding it are opening up an abyss full of secrets and suspense.
Canadian author Wayne Grady’s book ‘Up From Freedom’ brings to life the struggles of a young Southerner who moves to New Orleans to avoid being caught up in his family’s plantation. His father owns slaves and treats them badly. When he leaves, he takes a young slave with him to protect her. This story reaches from Texas to Indiana in a time when America was on the edge of a Civil War. The times are changing–but forgotten does not mean forgiven in people’s very long memories.
‘Reversible Knits’ by Iris Schreier teaches techniques on how to knit both sides of a garment right. The book showcases patterns for shrugs, throws, hats, scarves, wraps, afghans, shawls, collars, hoodies, belts, capes and headbands. These great knitting projects will look beautiful even inside out! Classic style with a modern look.
Do you need recipes to replace your over-salted store-bought food favourites? Maritime food writer Maureen Tilley is a registered dietitian. We all get way too much sodium/salt in our diet–Tilley can help change that. In her book, ‘Hold That Hidden Salt!’ there are low-sodium makings for muffins, breads, soups, salads, rice, pasta, chicken, burgers, sauces, pizzas and so much more. Do yourself a favour without losing flavour–check out and try some of these tested recipes. Invite friends and family over for a taste.
Young Adult Picks: ‘Overboard,’ ‘Avalanche’ and ‘Dust Storm’ by Terry Lynn Johnson.
DVD Pick: ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ starring Judy Dench, Dev Patel, Tom Wilkinson, Bill Nighy and Maggie Smith–fall under the spell of this delightful modern fairytale–it will become a classic!
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