The Last Telegram by Liz Trenow -- A story about a young lady whose dreams to study in another country are canceled by impending war. World War II. So she joins her family's silk weaving business and meets a host of interesting characters including Jewish German boys who were brought over to England. Pretty interesting tale.
The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly by Matt McCarthy - - a great memoir of a doctor's first year of doctoring. This book made me cry at times, made me nervous, fearful, and made me smile quite often as well. He liberally uses (what I consider) bad words, but maybe that's just how doctors - and most of the rest of society?? - talk and write nowadays. I loved seeing him grow in confidence throughout the book, and there were several memorable and favorite characters - both patients and medical personnel.
Heavens to Betsy by Beth Pattillo -- an easy read about a woman pastor and her desire to be a senior pastor when the current pastor suddenly retired; also, she wants to marry