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The Alice Network
by Kathleen Quinn

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Slow, parallel stories.

Dead Land
by Sara Paretsky

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Detective V.I. Warshawski dodges local and international killers as she travels from the homeless community in Chicago to the prairies of Kansas in this latest thriller.

by Dan Brown

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A typical Dan Brown Robert Langdon book with symbols ,a madman protagonist, beautiful young side kick and descriptions of cities and museums that sound like TripAdvisor.

The Umbrella Academy: Hotel Oblivion
by Gerard Way & Gabriel Ba

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The third saga of the super-powered Hargreeves siblings.

Immortals Of Meluha
by Amish Books

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Interesting perspective on mythology

Ghosts Of Harvard
by Francesca Serritella

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Excellent fast-paced novel. Great character development. Just when you think you've figured out what's going on, Serritella throws in an unexpected twist that leaves you questioning everything you thought you knew. Hard to believe it's the author's debut novel. Looking forward to more great things from this intelligent, witty and compassionate writer.

Clap When You Land By Elizabeth Acevedo
by Elizabeth Acevedo

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A friend of mine bought me this book. What a compelling story of family, secrets, loss, and love. This story gives a peek into Dominican culture and language, and the beauty of the country juxtaposed with New York City. The two sisters and the tie that binds them is sad and beautiful at the same time. Elizabeth does an excellent job laying out the story and her writing is phenomenal, unique in its poetry-like style. I have never truly experienced the loss of a family member, so the story gave such deep insight into the experience. Despite the sadness you think you might feel, I highly recommend this book. You will be glad you did!

Three months in florence
by Mary Carter

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A light read. Not very believable but a fun optimistic book.

Sue Grafton Alphabet Series Paperback
by R Is For Ricochet By Sue Grafton

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Very good. Kinsey acts as a chaperone to a girl just out of prison and gets sucked into a mystery a good read.

The Polish Officer
by Alsn furst

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I am interested in books of this time period and this is a very good fiction book.

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