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Normal People
by Sally Rooney

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I didn't like this book. It revolves around 2 characters. It was interesting at first but then kept repeating itself . There was no clear ending either.

Hour of the Hunter
by J.A. Jance

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This riveting thriller is the first in Jance's Walker Family series, interweaving Native American folklore with the suspense. A pregnant widow was instrumental in putting a sadistic killer behind bars but now he's back for his twisted revenge.

The Playmate
by Kendall Ryan

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Short, predictable read with so-so character development.

The German Girl
by Armando Lucas Correa

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A good book about based upon a little known but important historical event that occurred during the Holocaust.

The Room Where It Happened By John Bolton
by John Bolton

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Great book .

Corrupted
by Lisa Scottoline

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Fast-paced Rosato & DiNunzio novel read by Kate Burton. Law firm founder, Bennie Rosato, is front and center, representing her former juvenile client who ihad been caught up in the "Kids for Cash" scandal and is now charged with murdering his childhood tormentor.

Immortals Of Meluha
by Amish Books

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Interesting perspective on mythology

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!

The Alice Network
by Kathleen Quinn

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Slow, parallel stories.

The Secret Of The Nagas
by Amish Books

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Breath of fresh air


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