August – 9/68
Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West, Dorothy Wickenden
Shaken, Not Stirred, Tim Gunn
Mama Does Time (A Mace Bauer Mystery), Deborah Sharp
La Seduction: How the French Play the Game of Life, Elaine Sciolino
In an Antique Land: History in the Guise of a Traveler’s Tale, Amitav Ghosh
Grace Under Pressure, Julie Hyzy
A Life That Fits, Heather Wardell
Go Small or Go Home, Heather Wardell
 Based on the letters of the author’s grandmother and her best friend. A lovely read.
 If you are a fan of Project Runway, you’ll love Gunn’s short biography. (Kindle Single)
 Very funny southern comedy of manners/murder mystery. First in a series.
 A journalist’s exploration of French history, culture and how the art of seduction affects just about everything in French life – including the decline of the dominance of its language and global influence.
 Two parallel stories set in
 A new series by the author of the White House Chef mystery series. An okay beginning.
 I bought this and the next one because they were cheap and I needed a little light reading. Both protagonists are the weepiest, neediest I’ve come across in a long time. Ugh.