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You Could Start A Book Club!

Seven titles all about books and book clubbers.

Goldreich, Gloria
Dinner with Anna Karenina
Six women gather for literature until one woman mysteriously leaves the group, an event that allows the friends to transform their own lives.
Fowler, Karen Joy
The Jane Austen Book Club
With six Californian book clubbers reading six Austen novels, Janeite-readers will find themselves in good company with this novel.
Kaufman, Jennifer
Literacy and Longing in L.A.
A book about books, estranged husbands, more books, coping, books, bookstores, bathtubs, books, love, fear of freeways, other books, mother/daughter relationships and books. Includes a list of referenced (you guessed it) books.
Landvik, Lorna
Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons
Chick Lit for the book-clubbing circuit set in Minneapolis over a period of decades.
Monroe, Mary Alice
The Book Club
Women's fiction with a strong element of romance, these book clubbers struggle, learn, change and grow together.
Noble, Elizabeth
The Reading Group
With context-cushioned Briticisms and familiar discussion titles, the reader feels like she is part of this group of English women who read together and embrace life together.
Spencer, Camika
He Had It Coming
Five book-clubbing women take revenge on a successful, narcissistic, and misogynistic best-selling male author.