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The Red Tent
by Anita Diamant

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This is a fiction story loosely based on s few words written in the bible. It is enjoyable .

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 Playmate
by Kendall Ryan

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Short, predictable read with so-so character development.

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.

The Roommate
by Kendall Ryan

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Pretty predictable. Ok character development. Quick read.

Does This Beach Make Me Look Fat
by Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella

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Another entertaining installment from the witty mother/daughter duo as they move through life's good and bad moments with smart observations and lots of love.

Sarahs Key By Tatiana De Rosnay
by Tatiana De Rosnay Books

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A very good read. Sad but an easy read. I recommend to everyone

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.

by Lisa Scottoline

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It's South Philly attorney Mary Dinunzio to the rescue when a shy, dyslexic boy comes under attack by schoolyard bullies, unscrupulous adults and the very institutions that are supposed to protect him.

Three months in florence
by Mary Carter

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

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