Sunday, August 9, 2020

It's National Book Lover's Day!




It's National Book Lover's Day!  On Instagram, I teased my IG Friends about my favorite book by giving them a hint:

The novel is told in the first person point of view via the main character,  and we never know her first name.  That's your hint.






This is the author's embossed signature on the book's cover.


Here's the answer:




I love the suspense and the Cornwall setting of this novel.  I might need to reread it soon!


Please tell us your favorite book in Comments!


Until next time...

Happy reading!
Ricki Jill






9 comments

  1. I have not read that book in years.
    I am just rereading all the Catherine Cookson books I have---they still touch me and I am passing them along to my SIL as I finish them. So far, I have re-read more than a dozen of them while we were camping. xo Diana

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  2. My latest favorite book is A month of Sundays by Liz Byrski. Time to get something to drink & a book & celebrate this holiday! Thank you. mimi

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  3. LITTLE WOMEN, a gift from my aunt when I was in grade school and first hardback book.

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  4. I could never pick one as a favorite...beautiful pink vignette!
    Jenna

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  5. I have read "Rebecca and enjoyed it. My favorite books are "The Honey Bunch "series as a child and my favorite adult books are tied "A Tree Grows In Brooklyn" by Betty Smith. and "Mary Queen Of Scots' by Antonia Fraser" My favorite adult series is "The Cousins Of The Dove"
    Marion

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  6. My favorite books I read as a child are "The Bobbsey Twins"and and "The Honey Bunch" series. I also love "A Tree Grows In Brooklyn". My adult favorites are "Wives and Daughters" and"Tess Of Durbaville".
    Marilyn

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  7. My favorite books are"Listening Valley" and "Memories Of Violets" and "Cousins Of The Dove". Child books are "The Bobbsey Twins",Nancy Drew" and "Judy Bolton".
    Joan

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  8. To Kill a Mockingbird .. it will always be my favorite.

    I just read, One in a Million Boy. I enjoyed it.

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