Memorial books at the Back Mountain Memorial Library honor loved ones


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    DALLAS — The following memorial/honor books have been added to the shelves of the Back Mountain Memorial Library for the month of February 2016:

    In memory of Richard Swartwood, “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr, presented by Judy Petro.

    In memory of Richard Swartwood, “SPQR: a history of ancient Rome” by Mary Beard, presented by Catherine A. McGovern.

    In memory of Jane Llewellyn Torr, “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr (book on CD), presented by Susan Llewellyn Bond.

    In memory of Robert Lawrence, “Soldiers on Skis: a pictorial memoir of the 10th Mountain Division” by Flint Whitlock, presented by William and Joanne Runner.

    In memory of Bob Reeder, “The Triumph of William McKinley” by Karl Rove, presented by The Monday Study Group Gang.

    In memory of Warren DeWitt, “The Art of Gardening” by R. William Thomas, presented by Mary Jo Shisko.

    In memory Florence Harkenreader, “Upstairs at the White House: my life with the first ladies” by J.B. White (book on CD), presented by The Village at Greenbriar.

    In memory of Mary Kate Berger, “National Geographic Stunning Photographs” by Annie Griffiths, presented by Friends of the Back Mountain Memorial Library

    In memory of Mary Kate Berger, “National Geographic Destinations of a Lifetime,” presented by The Board of Directors of the Back Mountain Memorial Library.

    In memory of Shawn Murphy, “My Name is Lucy Barton” by Elizabeth Strout, presented by BMML Monday Book Club.

    In memory of Mark Malloy, “Dawn of American Deer Hunting” by Duncan Dobie, presented by Dave and Dolly Hoffman.

    In memory of Jane M. Morris, “Christmas at Historic Houses” by Patricia McMillan, presented by Richard and Rosemary Caputo.

    In Memory of Anna Fannick Smith, “The Expatriates” by Janice Y.K. Lee, presented by Helen Price.

    In memory of Anna Smith, “Medicis Daughter” by Sophie Perinot, presented by Gail Granger.

    In memory of Corey Ehret, “Outdoor Chronicles: true tales of a lifetime of hunting and fishing” by Jerry Hamza, presented by Robert and Nancy Kline.

    In memory of Allen C. Keiper, “Field and Stream’s Guide to Hunting Whitetail” by Scott Bestful, presented by Kathy A. Moretti.

    The following books on CD are in memory of Vincent Casey and are presented by Drena Casey: “The Secret Soldier” by Alex Berenson, “The Mulberry Bush” by Charles McCarry.

    The following books are in memory of Johanna Kalinosky and are presented by David and Rosemary Williams: “The Lost Tudor Princess” by Alison Weir, “Such Good Girls: the journey of the Holocaust’s hidden child survivors” by R.D. Rosen.

    The following books are in memory of Mary Panaway and are presented by Lori, Ahmed, Anita, and Marilyn Williamson: “Hawaii” by James A. Michener, “Pillars of the Earth” by Ken Follett.

    The following books are in memory of Jane L. Torr and are presented by Eleanor D. Fleming: “The Sound of Gravel” by Ruth Wariner, “The Past” by Tessa Hadley.

    The following books are in memory of Claire Shilanskis and are presented by Dallas Area Fall Fair, Inc.: “The Road to Little Dribbling” by Bill Bryson, “The Longest Night” by Andria Williams.

    The following books on CD are in memory of Mary P. Harris and are presented by Linda Foulkrod and Dan Lukasavage: “Summer Secrets” by Jane Green, “The Taming of the Queen” by Philippa Gregory.

    The following books are in memory of Mary P. Harris and are presented by Scott and Antoinette Santee: “The Things We Keep” by Sally Hepworth, “The Swans of Fifth Avenue” by Melanie Benjamin.

    The following books are in memory of Mary P. Harris and are presented by Ferman and Gloria Wilson: “Like Family” by Paolo Giordano, “The Hunting Trip” by William E. Butterworth III, “The Baker’s Tale” by Thomas Hauser, “The Age of Reinvention” by Karine Tuil.

    The following books are in memory of Daniel E. Russ and are presented by The Cumming Family: “The Billion Dollar Spy” by David E. Hoffman, “H is for Hawk” by Helen Macdonald.

    In honor of the Children of the Back Mountain Memorial Library, “Punk Farm on Tour” by Jarrett J. Krosoczka, presented by Margie Langdon.

    Information provided by the Back Mountain Memorial Library.

    Information provided by the Back Mountain Memorial Library.

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