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Pacific Northwest
Land of Light and Water

Art Wolfe
Am exquisite photographic essay of our beautiful region. The perfect coffee table book.

Under the Banner of Heaven
Jon Krakauer
This is a fascinating study or the Mormon religion and its history, written by the author of Into the Wild and Into Thin Air. This insightful chronicle is well-written and researched. Definitely worth reading.

Lee Child
In Child’s seventh novel his “loner hero”, Jack Reacher, ex-military cop, sets out to pursue “Justice” for wrongs committed 10 years ago. Jack is shrewd tough-guy with a heart of gold, and he always gets the job done. These high octane thrillers are well-written and impossible to put down. Don’t miss this series.

Mount Rainier National Park – Centennial Celebration 
Tim McNulty & Pat O’Hara
Poet and nature writer McNulty teams up with environmental photographer O’Hara to produce a stunning historical pictorial essay of Mt. Rainier National Park at 100.

Bold Spirit
Linda Hunt
This is a fascinating account of Helga and Clara Esteb’s walk across America — Spokane to New York. Though her intent was good, to save the family farm in Spokane, the response she ultimately received from her family was unexpected. This adventure is carefully and thoughtfully chronicled, a result of detailed interviews and research. Gives a clear picture of Victorian America, political attitudes and attitudes toward women’s role in society. Provides lots of food for thought! Good book!

Booked to Die
John Dunning
Ex-cop, Cliff Janeway, an avid lover of books, decides to open a small bookstore for collectors of rare books. He also gets involved in trying to find whoever murdered Bobby Westfall. Who would want to kill Bobby, a lonely “book scout”, who took in stray cats? The first in a series that is well-written and credible.

Mrs. Kimbles
Jennifer Haigh
This author creates vivid scenes and strong characterizations. It is divided into three parts, each section about one of the three women who sucessively marry one man, Ken Kimble, an opportunist and con-man. To each wife he at first appears as a hero. Only too late do they glimpse the truth about him. A spellbinding read!