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The Invisible Bridge
The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer (Historical Fiction)
It's a really long book but it's good. The characters have lots of depth to them. If you liked 'The Nightingale' and 'All the Light We Cannot See', then you'll like this book too. -- Added by ewalker30 on 01/16/2017

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Only Joking
Only Joking by Jimmy Carr (Other Nonfiction)
the explination of humor and its funtion in a evolutionary bases -- Added by tgoode on 01/16/2017

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Round Ireland with a Fridge
Round Ireland with a Fridge by Tony Hawks (Humor)
Hilarous!! Part autobiography, part travelogue, part guinness-addled ramblings -- Added by jbit82 on 01/16/2017

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Turbo Twenty-Three
Turbo Twenty-Three by Janet Evanovich (Other Fiction)
Fun easy read. -- Added by schoolcounselor@indy.rr.com on 01/16/2017

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Two by Two
Two by Two by Nicholas Sparks (Other Fiction)
Russ is thrown into fulltime single dad when his wife goes back to work full time after he leaves his job to start his own business. -- Added by KathyB on 01/16/2017

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Stars Over Sunset Boulevard
Stars Over Sunset Boulevard by Susan Meissner (Other Fiction)
Easy read. -- Added by jbyers on 01/16/2017

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Where the Wind Leads
Where the Wind Leads by Dr. Vinh Chung (History/Biography)
Great story of survival. Lots of information regarding Vietnam between WW2 and the Vietnam War. -- Added by jbyers on 01/16/2017

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Cinder
Cinder by Marissa Meyer (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Great book I couldn't put it down! Finished it in a day and half. It's a fantasy series can't wait to read the next book. -- Added by rault on 01/16/2017

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The Trespasser
The Trespasser by Tana French (Mystery/Suspense)
A lot like Tana's other novels - interesting characters, great plot and great writing. Enjoyed it! -- Added by natfat on 01/16/2017

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Tisha
Tisha by Robert Specht (History/Biography)
Fascinating true story of a young woman who, in 1927, braves the Alaska wilderness to teach school in a village with the unlikely name of Chicken. She struggles physically with simply managing to survive in the harsh climate and struggles psychologically against the community's prejudice against Native Americans. Highly recommended. -- Added by Noni on 01/16/2017

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