The Mysterious History of England: "The Face of a Stranger"

Join us at maze to discuss "The Face of a Stranger" by Anne Perry.The year is 1856 and Queen Victoria reigns. After recovering from a serious carriage accident, police detective William Monk finds he has lost his memory. He is assigned to investigate the brutal murder of an aristocratic Crimean war hero and in the process finds out more of his own past – and is terrified of what he learns. During his investigations he meets Hester Latterly, a forthright young woman of middle class, who nursed with Florence Nightingale in Crimea.

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Beach Blankets and Books

There’s something for everyone in this big and lively storytime, full of favorites. Best for ages 2-6. No library card required.

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Beach Blankets and Books

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Beach Blankets and Books

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Beach Blankets and Books

There’s something for everyone in this big and lively storytime, full of favorites. Best for ages 2-6. No library card required.

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Beach Blankets and Books

There’s something for everyone in this big and lively storytime, full of favorites. Best for ages 2-6. No library card required.

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Beach Blankets and Books

There’s something for everyone in this big and lively storytime, full of favorites. Best for ages 2-6. No library card required.

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Beach Blankets and Books

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Beach Blankets and Books

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Author Lisa Paul: "Swimming in Daylight"

Meet Lisa Paul,author of "Swimming in Daylight: An American Student, a Soviet Dissident, and the Gift of Hope." In the early 1968s, Lisa, a Wisconsin native, was a 23-year-old Catholic American college student who lived and worked in Moscow to study Russian first hand.

Her Russian tutor, Inna Meiman, was a Soviet-Jewish dissident and refusenik, who was repeatedly denied a visa to receive life-saving cancer treatments abroad.

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