The Princeton Library hosted a book and author round-up, highlighting this season's best-sellers, books that have been turned into movies, and others. Mary Elliott, library employee and owner of Pastimes, a local independent book store, shared her knowledge and those who attended listed their current favorite book. Titles included: The Paris Wife, a novel about Ernest Hemingway's first wife, Hadley Richardson; John Grisham's latest legal thriller, The Confession; Half Broke Horses, a novel Jeannette Walls wrote based on the life of her grandmother who grew up in a Texas dugout; Patricia Gaffney's novel, Saving Graces, chronicling the lives of four women who share dinner, conversation, and support over the course of a decade; The Memory of Water, a novel by Karen White about two sisters who try to rebuild a relationship and heal from the tragedy of several drowning deaths; Shakespeare, embezzlement, and competitive siblings fill the pages of Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown; Leslie Miller's one-part memoir, one-part travelogue about all things cake, Let Me Eat Cake; The Swan Thieves, Elizabeth Kostava's saga about a group of contemporary American painters; Water for Elephants, Sara Gruen's best-seller (in theaters now!), about a nursing home resident's reflection on his life as a circus veterinarian; Dostoyevsky's classic, Crime and Punishment; and Coop, a collection of essays by Michael Perry about life on a farmette in northern Wisconsin, parenting, writing, and more. These titles are all available from the Princeton Library or through the Winnefox Library System. From left to right, sharing comments and browsing: Kathy Kohlman, Anita Hoffman, Laurie Paradise, and Joan Mueller. For information about other programs at the Princeton Library, please call 920.295.6777 or visit this website.