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White Plague
White Plague by James Abel (Mystery/Suspense)
A pretty good mystery. Rather interesting plot -- Added by russell judd on 02/09/2016

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A Thousand Splendid Suns
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini (Historical Fiction)
a sad and beautiful story. -- Added by agfab68 on 02/09/2016

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Double Sin and Other Stories
Double Sin and Other Stories by Agatha Christie (Mystery/Suspense)
A variety of Christie stories, including a few featuring Poirot or Miss Marple, and two suspense (or horror) tales. -- Added by CozyReader on 02/09/2016

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Room by unknown (Other Fiction)
This is an excellent novel, told from the point of view of a small child who has lived his whole life in the confines of one room with his mother, who was kidnapped years ago. It is riveting and a real page-turner. It grabs the reader from the first page and I couldn't put it down. It is now also a movie but I would recommend reading the book for the ultimate reading experience. -- Added by macbarclay on 02/09/2016

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Shakespeare's Landlord
Shakespeare's Landlord by Charlaine Harris (Mystery/Suspense)
Retro Friday Review: The "Shakespeare/Lily Bard Series" are straight up mysteries with a Southern flavor, a fair bit of violence, intense encounters of all varieties, and a lot of grit. Lily Bard is an interesting and compelling main character...can't wait to read the next book in the series. -- Added by Bubbles on 02/09/2016

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Last Words
Last Words by Michael Koryta (Mystery/Suspense)
Excellent suspense and character development. Loved the Indiana setting. -- Added by caldtins on 02/09/2016

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Dirty Work
Dirty Work by Stuart Woods (Mystery/Suspense)
this book had a great storyline with lots of action. I did think Stone showed poor form in this one though. -- Added by 21690200273848 on 02/09/2016

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the man who walked like a bear
the man who walked like a bear by stuart kaminsky (Mystery/Suspense)
recommend -- Added by Edger on 02/09/2016

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The American Heiress
The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin (Historical Fiction)
Evocative descriptions of the Gilded Age, where rich Americans married aristocracy overseas to obtain titles, using their money to help fund declining estates. If you need a Downton Abbey-esque fix, though from an earlier time period, this is a fun book. -- Added by OperaChelle on 02/08/2016

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Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson (Historical Fiction)
Squeaky clean Regency era romance. Fun read but not too deep. -- Added by OperaChelle on 02/08/2016

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