Gene Duffy, aka Josef Rothstein, chronicles his 10-year sentence as a waiter/aspiring actor in a Jewish deli, where he encountered everything from hit men to celebrities to little old ladies complaining about the chotskies in their sandwiches.
The unifying premise for this Agatha Christie short story collection is the Tuesday Club: six people who meet socially one evening and then decide to meet regularly each Tuesday night to solve a mystery.
In Ask an Oncologist, Geisinger physician Carol Westbrook, Ph.D., takes the patient or caregiver through the process of diagnosis, staging and treatment in an easy-to-read Q&A format. Join us for a presentation, discussion and signing.
In Bulls Bears and the Ballot Box, authors Bob Deitrick and Lew Goldfarb examine How the Performance of Our Presidents Has Impacted Your Wallet. Guaranteed to challenge your thinking and mainstream political beliefs. A must for all voters!
The Dickens book group continues discussion of Nicholas Nickleby, an early work featuring many of Dickens' familiar trademarks: a long, complex plot full of surprising twists, unexpected revelations and jaw-dropping coincidences (chapters 43 to 45).