What to read? War stories, horror stories and yore stories.

Authors of note with early November birthdays. James Jone’s WW2 novels (From Here to Eternity, The Thin Red Line) spoke from the common soldier’s point of view. Bram Stoker, theater impressario and staunch rationalist, helped invent the Gothic horror genre (Dracula), Margaret Mitchell wrote the best-known novel of the Lost Cause (Gone with the Wind). The library has the movie versions; we can get you the originals via inter-library loan.

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