Join us for thought provoking discussions on four excellent books. We begin with A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, a seminal classic that transports us to the era of our parent’s youth. It is filled with laughter, heartache and enduring family love. Next is The Alice Network by Kate Quinn.This historical fiction presents two intersecting storylines; one describing the heroic efforts of a female spy network during WWI,the second, a desperate search for an American refugee after WWII. Our non fiction piece is Chesapeake Requiem by Earl Swift.The subject of this book is the rapid erosion of the historic fishing community and soft shell crab capital of the nation,Tangier Island. We finish with a very funny book called The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson.