Margie Scott Tucker's 4th Tuesday Book Club Acclaimed by HomeAndRecreation.org

Margie Scott Tucker's book club, '4th Tuesday (Margie's) Book Club' held monthly at the Palo Alto, CA. branch of Books Inc., the oldest bookstore in the West, was recently recognized by the recreation website HomeAndRecreation.org for its community outreach focus. According to the recreation site, the book club "offers like-minded people a stimulating environment to discuss some quality book releases".

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Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

On the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7pm book lovers from all over Bay Area descend on the Palo Alto branch of Books Inc, the oldest independent bookstore in the West to meet and discuss the latest fiction and non fiction releases at '4th Tuesday (Margie's) Book Club'. The home and recreation website HomeAndRecreation.org recently highlighted how this monthly event 'is the perfect way for book lovers to get together and pick the bones out of some of the best new book releases'.

According to the Home and Recreation article the monthly club is led by Margie Scott Tucker, the co-owner of Books Inc, and the laid back atmosphere at the gatherings is aided by new members being welcomed at every meeting. The article went on to state the November's club meeting featured a discussion about Jeffrey Eugenide's 2011 novel 'The Marriage Plot'.

Eugenide's 'Marriage Plot' was released in 2011 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux and is set in the early 1980s, and tells the story of a love triangle about three Ivy League college kids and their intellectual yearnings as they embark on the 'real world'. The novel is Eugenide's first new novel since his Pullitzer Prize winning 2002 novel 'Middlesex'.

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