Summer reading: Readers revealed


OK, we’ve had our fun trying to match readers to books.

Here’s the real list of what Hutchinson’s reading elite have their heads buried in this summer.

See the full story in Sunday’s Hutchinson News or online at hutchnews.com.

Thanks for playing!

Reader Book
Bob Bush, Hutchinson mayor The Boy from Reactor 4, by Orest Stelmach
Carolyn Patterson, former city attorney The Last Lion, Vol. 3, by William Manchester and Paul Reid
David Inskeep, owner of insurance agency Under the Dome, by Stephen King
Denise Neighbors, Faris Elementary principal The 5th Wave, by Rick Yancey
Doug McGovern, historic home owner and re-enactor Submarine Warfare in the Civil War, by Mark K. Ragan
Ed Berger, HCC president The Winter of the World, by Ken Follet
Emily Hurst, formerly of Interfaith Housing Services Finger Painting in Psych Class, by Jay Morgan
Eric Steinle, attorney and library board member I’m a Stranger Here Myself, by Bill Bryson
Gregg Wamsley, Hutchinson Public Library Empty Space, by Suzanne Dome
Irene Hart, Hutchinson housing program manager Deathstalker Honor, by Simon R. Green
Jade Piros de Carvalho, Hutchinson City Council The Big Leap, by Gay Hendricks
Jana Durham, Hutchinson Zoo Director City Girl, Country Vet, by Cathy Woodman
Joe O’Sullivan, RenoCounty counselor Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand
John Deardoff, Hutchinson city manager Without Fear or Favor: Odyssey of a City Manager, by LeRoy F. Harlow
Julie Wilson, KNEA Silken Prey, by John Sanford
Katherine Goodenberger, South Central Kansas Library System Team of Rivals, by Doris Kearns Goodwin
Kevin Miller, CEO of HutchinsonRegionalMedicalCenter Life After Life: A Novel, by Kate Atkinson
Mary Lynn Baker, Hutch school board president London: A Social History, by Roy Porter
Mary Treaster, recently retired Fairfield school superintendent All Woman and Springtime, by Brandon W. Jones
Morgan Starkweather, Buhler schools reading specialist The End of Your Life Book Club, by Will Schwalbe
Nancy Soldner, Hutchinson City Council Six Years, by Harland Coben
Paul Waggoner, businessman American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us, by Robert Putnam
Randy Regehr, Community Corrections director Book of Isaiah from the Bible
Ray Hemman, USD 308 public information officer The Worst Hard Time, by Timothy Egan
Ronn Roehm, Hutch High principal The Bird: The Life and legacy of Mark Fidrych, by Doug Wilson
Shelly Kiblinger, Hutch school superintendent The Dagget System for Effective Instruction, by William Dagget
Taylor Harris, activist Vol. 5 of The Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan
Trish Rose, judge The Boys in the Boat, by Daniel Brown

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