Book Talks

November 10, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Conference Room

For more information, contact Clarissa Finco (

Book Talks is an informal group that meets the second Sunday of the month at after the service (after second service if there are two) to discuss books selected by the members. While reading the monthly selection ahead of time is desirable, don’t stay away if you haven’t finished the book or haven’t read it at all. Your comments are always welcomed.

If you want lunch, bring your own brown bag.

If you have any questions, call Clarissa Finco (706-543-6064) or email

March 10, 2019

Never Have Your Dog Stuffed

Alan Alda

“My mother didn’t try to stab my father until I was six.” begins Alda’s story.  He was the son of a popular actor and loving but mentally ill mother. This is the story of how after early struggles, he went on to achieve success in his profession.


April 14, 2019


Ian McEwan

Michael Beard is an eminent Nobel Prize winning physicist.  He is depressed over the fact that his fifth wife has begun an affair and his best work is behind him.  When a younger physicist is accidently killed and Beard is able to convince the police his wife’s lover did it, he claims the younger man’s research as his own.  This revives his career but he still has problems.


May 12, 2019

The Bedford Boys

Alex Kershaw

June 6 is the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of World War II.  Within minutes of the first wave of Americans landing in Normandy, nineteen men from Bedford, Virginia (population 3000) were dead, the highest per capita loss of life on that day of any town in America..This is their story.