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Odessa Staff Recommendations for March - Kendra Redden - The Lincoln Lawyer By - Michael Connelly This is a gripping book that pulls you in by the first few pages.  It has twists and turns you will never see coming! June Duncan - Taste of Home Baking By - Taste of Home Has over 786 easy to use baking ideas including desserts, breads, and much more.  Includes color photos! Easy  to follow instructions and even includes a few gluten free recipes. Amy Harris - River's Song By - Melody Carlson A historical fiction based on a woman coming to terms with and embracing her Native American heritage. Linda Washam - Lizzie Borden:  the Untold Story By - Edward D. Radin This is an older book, but a real interesting read....
   Kyle's Picks:    Arguably by Christopher Hitchens    How to Make Workbenches & Shop Storage Solutions by American Woodworker    Bladesmithing by Murray Carter      Carol's Picks:      The Sixth Man (audiobook) by David Baldacci    Damage Control by Denise Hamilton    Smilla's Sense of Snow by Peter Hoeg      Mardeana's Picks:      Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn    The Forbidden Schoolhouse by Suzanne Jurmain        Christina's Picks:    The Fault in Our Stars by John Green...
It's time once again for Odessa Staff recommendations.  February picks are: Linda Washam -  The Best of the Farmer's Wife Cookbook: Over 400 Blue-Ribbon Recipes! By: Kari Cornell and Melinda Keefe This is a really fun cookbook with recipes published back in the 1920's and 1930's.  They had originally been published in a magazine called, "The Farmer's Wife", which ran from 1893 to 1939. Kendra Redden - My Song: A Memoir By:  Harry Belafonte This book gives a fascinating look at the life of Harry Belafonte.  It also shows how the world and times were changing around him.  This is a good read in either book or audio. June Duncan - Harbinger By:  Jonathan Cahn This book...