Claire Conner McCaskill is an American politician who served as a United States Senator from Missouri from 2007 to 2019 and as State Auditor of Missouri from 1999 to 2007. McCaskill is a native of Rolla, Missouri.
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Discover how to perfect your virtual workspace with "How to Zoom Your Room," the ultimate guide from Room Raters, Twitter's experts in on-screen décor. This fun, playful book includes beautiful illustrations, tips from celebrity fans, and practical advice for avoiding common pitfalls such as holiday décor and backlighting. With remote work becoming the new normal, this essential tool is perfect for anyone participating in digital meetings or calls.
It is fresh peach cobbler. And the book is terrific. – source
Identical twin sisters grow up together in a small, southern black community and later choose to live in two very different worlds, one black and one white. One sister secretly passes for white, while the other raises her black daughter in the same southern town they once escaped. As their daughters' storylines intersect, Brit Bennett weaves together multiple strands and generations of this family, exploring the lasting influence of the past on a person's decisions, desires, and expectations. A riveting, emotional family story and a brilliant exploration of the American history of passing.
@fortkimber @HarlanCoben I loved that book. So good. – source
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A dead man's secrets lead vigilante antihero, Win, down a dangerous road in this thrilling story from bestselling author Harlan Coben. With a personal connection to a cold case, an ungodly fortune, and his own unique brand of justice, Win sets out to solve the mystery and bring the conspirators to justice. A must-read for fans of crime and suspense.
Just finished @HarlanCoben newest book. #Win It was, as we have come to expect, a great book. I feel like some good historical fiction, and am not opposed to another thriller/mystery/page turner. Suggestions? What is a book you’ve read lately that you can’t quit thinking about? – source
This powerful first novel by a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist explores the sacrifices and hidden desires of a working-class family in Ohio. Set in the 1950s, this riveting story follows a teenage couple in love, their journey to adulthood, and the evolution of women's lives. It sheds light on the issues facing working-class families and their communities and delves into the secrets that can explode lives.
Reasons to read #TheDaughtersOfErietown 1)It’s a great book 2)She is an amazing writer 3)She is a good person 4) She is married to a wonderful Senator @ConnieSchultz @SenSherrodBrown – source
This classic American novel tells the story of a young girl growing up in a sleepy Southern town and the moral crisis that shakes her community to its core. With universal themes of innocence and experience, love and hate, and kindness and cruelty, this Pulitzer Prize-winning book has sold over 18 million copies and been translated into forty languages. Harper Lee's simple love story is now regarded as a masterpiece of American literature.
Very excited to see this play. I’m a book lover and this book was one of my first loves. – source