For Mom’s, Aunt’s, and Grandmother’s
1. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
- The mystery behind the disappearance of a political figure’s wife in a small town goes public and outrage by the public and police department don’t make the search simple. But, the wife was no saint either.
2. Big Girl by Danielle Steel
- It’s not one of her newer books, but it is one of her better books. For people struggling with wight, self-image, and self-confidence, read this book not to learn, but to see the similar activities in another girl trying to break away from the negativity and caged life caused by her parents.
3. City of Women by David R. Gillham
- Love in the manless working world of WWII. The trifles, traumas, and post-war affairs make the book a riveting read.
4. Strong Poison by Dorothy L. Sayers
- For your independent, fast tongued female family members. A female detective outwitting the Sherlock of her time in work, death, and love. A lovely trilogy for that badass relative.