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Gray Mountain
Gray Mountain by John Grisham (Mystery/Suspense)
Not Grisham's best. I certainly learned a lot about mining. -- Added by pamott on 03/02/2015

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The Astronaut Wives Club
The Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel (Other Nonfiction)
I got the feeling the author lined up her notes in chronological order and wrote from there. It was not a good book. -- Added by Marymack on 03/02/2015

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The Girl on the Train
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (Other Fiction)
I know - everyone is reading this book. I got tired of the alcoholism but enjoyed the characters and the plot moves quickly. The last few chapters were page turners. -- Added by mkinietz on 03/02/2015

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The Dewey Decimal System of Love
The Dewey Decimal System of Love by Josephine Carr (Romance)
I read this because the main character is a librarian. I liked that each chapter starts with a topic and what the Dewey Decimal number is for the section and some suggested titles found in that section. -- Added by mkinietz on 03/02/2015

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Postcards from Route 66
Postcards from Route 66 by Joe Sonderman (Other Nonfiction)
My dream vacation is to follow Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica pier. The next best thing is follow this route via the postcards in this book. -- Added by Nancy on 03/02/2015

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The Mockingbird Next Door
The Mockingbird Next Door by Marja Mills (History/Biography)
Along with millions of readers, I will always love To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Mills was able to become a real friend of Nelle Harper Lee, her sister Alice, plus many close friends of theirs. After doing a piece on Lee for her newspaper, she actually moved to Monroeville, Alabama & rented a house next to that of the Lee sisters. Because she earn the trust & respect of the Lees, she spent the next eighteen months interviewing close friends & the sisters, gathering the history of the town & people who were the models for the characters of Lee's famous & only work of literature. I highly recommend this authorized biography of this reclusive & fascinating author. -- Added by jkot43 on 03/01/2015

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False Knight
False Knight by Peter Turnbull (Mystery/Suspense)
Recommend. One in a series of books set in york, england. -- Added by grace lilly on 03/01/2015

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Weather Witch
Weather Witch by Shannon Delany (Other Fiction)
This is a paranormal fiction. It was interesting but had some parts that dragged so I skipped ahead. I am curious enough to try the next book in the series though. -- Added by burnnotice on 03/01/2015

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Surrender
Surrender by Brenda Joyce (Historical Fiction)
This is a historical fiction set in 1791. Britain is at war with France. A privateer is a spy for Britain and France and falls in love putting both of them in danger. -- Added by burnnotice on 03/01/2015

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Long, Tall Texans Vol. 3: Ethan and Connal
Long, Tall Texans Vol. 3: Ethan and Connal by Diana Palmer (Romance)
Another in the series. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. -- Added by burnnotice on 03/01/2015

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