Everyone is invited to join the book club on Wednesday, April 19th at 7:30 pm as we share our thoughts on The Talented Miss Farwell, by Emily Gray Tedrowe. The meeting will be held in a hybrid format and registration is needed so we can provide you with the meeting location and link. Reply on our HNN book club Facebook page, or message Beth at the address below if you can attend. For your convenience, books are available in the book club section at the Holliston Library.
Coming next: In May we will be reading The Honey Bus by Meredith May, and in June, Oh, William! by Elizabeth Strout.
“Catch Me If You Can meets Patricia Highsmith in this "stylish" (New York Times Book Review) page-turner of greed and obsession, survival and self-invention that is a piercing character study of one unforgettable female con artist. At the end of the 1990s, with the art market finally recovered from its disastrous collapse, Miss Rebecca Farwell has made a killing at Christie's in New York City, selling a portion of her extraordinary art collection for a rumored 900 percent profit. Dressed in couture YSL, drinking the finest champagne at trendy Balthazar, Reba, as she's known, is the picture of a wealthy art collector. But a thousand miles from the Big Apple, in the small town of Pierson, Illinois, Miss Farwell is someone else entirely--a quiet single woman known as Becky who still lives in her family's farmhouse, wears sensible shoes, and works tirelessly as the town's treasurer and controller”—From the publisher.
Beth and Sue
Book Club Co-Chairs
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