Taking a hiatus from our regular deep-dive interview format, this week on Book Talk I discuss three major books to be considered in 2019. Two of them Bestsellers: ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ by Delia Owens and ‘Summer of ’69’ by Elin Hilderbrand. Our third book on the docket is by no-means a bestseller, however it needs to be considered given its Author’s new political status as one of the most powerful persons’ in the world. I take a quick look at Boris Johnson’s 2004 release, ‘Seventy-Two Virigns’.
‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ by Delia Owens
‘Summer of ’69’ by Elin Hilderbrand
‘Seventy-Two Virigns’ by Boris Johnson
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