The Green Brook Country Club has some upcoming book reviews scheduled.
“ Pretending to Dance,” will be presented by New York Best Selling Author: Diane Chamberlain, on Thurs., July 28, at 11:30 a.m. Enjoy as luncheon, greet and meet author, author presentation, questions & answer period, book store purchases and personalized book signing.
Invitation to Private Author Book Chat with purchased book with complimentary “Happy ½ Hour” wine, cheese, cake, coffee/tea served 2:30 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Molly Arnette is good at keeping secrets. As she and her husband try to adopt a baby, she worries that the truth she’s kept hidden about her North Carolina childhood will rise to the surface and destroy not only her chance at adoption, but her marriage as well. Molly ran away from her family 20 years ago after a shocking event left her devastated and distrustful of those she loved. Now, as she tries to find a way to make peace with her past and embrace a healthy future, she discovers that even she doesn’t know the truth of what happened in her family of pretenders.
Chamberlain of North Carolina is a best-selling author of 24 novels of adult fiction, in more than 20 languages. Some of her most popular books include “Necessary Lies,” “The Silent Sister,” “The Secret Life of Ce Cee Wilkes,” and “The Keeper of the Light Trilogy.” Diane likes to write complex stories about relationships between men and women, parents and children, brothers and sisters, and friends. However, the thematic focus of her novels usually feature a combination of drama, mystery, secrets and intrigue. Diane’s background in psychology has given her a keen interest in understanding the way people think.
Another book review on “The One Man,” will be presented by New York Best Selling Author Andrew Gross on Thurs., Sept. 8, at 11:30 a.m.
Set in 1944 – Physics Professor Alfred Mendl is separated from his family and sent to the men’s camp, where all of his belongings are tossed on a roaring fire. His books, his papers, his life’s work. The Nazis have no idea what they have just destroyed. And without that physical record, Mendi is one of only two people in the world with his particular knowledge. Knowledge that could start a war, or end it.
Nathan Blum works behind a desk at an intelligence office in Washington, DC, but he longs to contribute to the war effort in a more meaningful way, and he has a particular skill set the U.S. suddenly needs. Blum is fluent in German and Polish, he is Semitic looking, and he proved his scrappiness at a young age when he escaped from the Polish ghetto. Now, the government wants him to take on the most dangerous assignment of his life: Nathan must sneak into Auschwitz, on a mission to find and escape with one man.
Andrew Gross was born and grew up in Manhattan. He attended the Barnard School for Boys. Both his father and his grandfather on his mother’s side were successful clothing manufacturers; they ran the Leslie Fay Companies, named after his mother. Twenty books were written by Andrew Gross- four were on New York Times Best Seller List. He also co-authored four books with James Patterson which were on the N.Y. Times Best Selling list.
For both reviews, reservations are limited and will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Tables seat 12 and reservations may be made as an individual, small group or for a complete table. Cost is $54 per person.
For questions, email Marlene Cohen, Book Club chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make checks payable to: Green Brook Country Club, and mail to: Green Brook Country Club, 100 W. Greenbrook Rd., North Caldwell, NJ 07006.
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