‘Enemy Women’ brought to next reading circle meeting
The next book to be highlighted Shelton Reading Circle follows a story from the war between the states.
Enemy Women, by Paulette Jiles, follows a family that tries to stay neutral during the Civil War. But it doesn’t work, and the daughters of the family flee. However, the main character gets arrested. While in captivity, she falls for a Union soldier.
The book will be discussed on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 7-8:30 p.m.., at the Huntington Branch Library, 41 Church Street.
Copies of this book can be obtained from the hold shelf at the Plumb Memorial Library, by calling 203-924-1580, or by visiting the website at www.sheltonlibrarysystem.org.
Participation in this discussion group is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Ellen Kolesk at 203-925-1803 at the Shelton History Center.