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| Country Bookshelf Bestsellers
| April 6 - April 12
Sunday, April 27th
Prindiville's memoir recalls the social turmoil and resulting cultural changes that took place during the second half of the 20th century America. As a storyteller, she invites her audience to share the experience of navigating this time of transition, confront challenges that are both personal and professional, to survive. To her, it is an exciting time, an adventure not to be missed. Written in the most intimate terms, cloaked in passion and wit, Unrepentant, is a portrait of life that rings utterly true.
| Tuesday, April 29th at 7pm
Event with Townsend Author
The Dishwater Tree: A Novel
It’s 2002, and Worthy Chambers’ days are as numbered as the leaves on
the dishwater tree at the end of Confederate Lane. Her final wish is to
know who left her on the orphanage’s steps nearly eighty years ago. With
few clues to follow and the clock ticking, her daughter Marie, agrees
to help in the search. Life-long questions are answered, love is
rekindled, and secrets are revealed.
It’s 1922, and Josephine Rourke, a young woman pledged by her parents to
marry the hot-tempered vice president of her father’s mining company,
meets a young Irish activist for the copper miners of Butte, Montana,
and falls in love.
The weeping willow tree on a barren hill in Miles City, Montana, plays a part in the hopes and dreams of three generations.
| Book Clubs
Country Bookshelf Book Club
Meets at 7pm on the 4th Tuesday of each month
April 22: Daisy Miller by Henry James
May 27: The Dinner by Herman Koch
Coming Soon: Voting for next season's book club reads. Check back for more information.
All Country Bookshelf book groups are free and open to the public. For
more information, feel free to give us a call at 406-587-0166. Join in
the discussion as we dive into works of literature, classic and popular,
mysteries, and kids favorites.
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