Books All Georgians Should Read

Authors of the Month: February

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Karen Branan

The Family Tree is the provocative true account of the hanging of four black people by a white lynch mob in 1912—written by the great-granddaughter of the sheriff charged with protecting them. A gripping story of privilege and power, anger, and atonement, The Family Tree transports readers to a small Southern town steeped in racial tension and bound by powerful family ties. Branan takes us...

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Alex Berenson

New York Times bestselling author Alex Berenson returns with The Wolves, the latest in the ongoing series of John Wells thrillers. John Wells has just barely managed to stop an operation designed to drive the United States and Iran into war, but the instigator himself disappeared behind an impenetrable war of security. Now it’s time for him to pay, and Wells has made it...

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Dawn Tripp

Georgia O’Keeffe, her love affair with photographer Alfred Stieglitz, and her quest to become an independent artist come vividly to life in this sensual and exquisitely written novel, a dazzling departure into historical fiction by the acclaimed novelist Dawn Tripp. A breathtaking work of the imagination, Georgia is the story of a passionate young woman, her search for love and artistic freedom, the...

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Billie Holiday on the Radio

Billie Holiday on the Radio is a unique presentation which combines the poetry of Chattanooga poet Laurie Perry Vaughen with the music of Atlanta jazz trio Three Way Mirror. The show is a far cry from the usual kind of “jazz/poetry” offerings; the artists have given careful attention to the integration of the words and music, so that the effect of each enhances the...

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Joshilyn Jackson

Local favorite and New York Times bestselling author, Joshilyn Jackson returns with The Opposite of Everyone, an emotionally resonant tale about the endurance of love and the power of stories to shape and transform our lives. The Opposite of Everyone is a story about story itself, how the tales we tell connect us, break us, and define us, and how the endings and beginnings we...

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Hank Phillippi Ryan

What You See: another thrilling installment in Hank Phillippi Ryan’s award-winning Jane Ryland mystery series. Why would a father abduct his own child? A wedding is planned in Jane Ryland’s family, but there’s a disaster instead. Nine-year-old Gracie-supposed to be the flower girl-has been taken by her stepdad. Where are they? Is the girl in danger? Reporter Jane Ryland learns there’s a limit to the...

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February Events

:Monday 8th:

Karen Branan

:Thursday 11th:

Alex Berenson

:Monday 15th:

Dawn Tripp

:Tuesday 16th:

Billie Holiday on the Radio

:Thursday 18th:

Joshilyn Jackson

:Monday 22nd:

Hank Phillippi Ryan

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