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Them Bones
Them Bones by Carolyn Haines (Mystery/Suspense)
Cute, but not as funny as Stephanie Plum. Quick read -- Added by realvamps on 02/13/2016

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A Deeper Sleep
A Deeper Sleep by Dana Stabenow (Mystery/Suspense)
This is one of her shorter books but I think that story is complete. There is a bad man in the park who bully, thief, abuser and a murderer. Kate and Jim are on the case to see that he gets put away. He has gotten away with murder once. Will he get away with murder again? -- Added by sblanchard76 on 02/13/2016

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Another One Bites the Dust
Another One Bites the Dust by Jennifer Rardin (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Fun story and looking forward to more in the series. -- Added by realvamps on 02/13/2016

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Shifter's Wolf
Shifter's Wolf by Patricia Briggs (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
I did like this book. It is one of her first which makes it interesting to see how she has progressed as a writer. This book is two in one book. -- Added by sblanchard76 on 02/13/2016

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Dead Heat
Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
I have read all of the Alpha and Omega series and Mercy Thompson series. I have enjoyed them and re-read them again before a new book comes out. This book is fun. There are fey, witches and werewolves plus a mystery that must be solved. -- Added by sblanchard76 on 02/13/2016

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The Road to Little Dribbling
The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson (Humor)
recommend. not as enjoyable as most of his other books, not all englands' faults are because of the conservatives or american republicans, but humorous enough in parts. -- Added by Edger on 02/13/2016

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Anything for You
Anything for You by Kristan Higgins (Romance)
a blue Heron Novel. Conner O'Rourke proposes to Jessica Dunn at the beginning of the book and she calls him a doofus. He's wanted to marry her for over a decade and she's not willing to lean on him for any support. She carries a major load with parents who were alcoholics and a brother who has an IQ of 52. But she's got this, or does she? Kristan Higgins is always a wonderful read. -- Added by raderc on 02/12/2016

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Whistling Past the Graveyard
Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall (Other Fiction)
Excellent book about Mississippi in the 1960's. A book about courage and friendship told in the eyes of a nine year old girl. -- Added by raderc on 02/12/2016

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How the Light Gets In
How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny (Mystery/Suspense)
A clever plot.An enjoyable mystery -- Added by russell judd on 02/12/2016

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There Was a Little Girl
There Was a Little Girl by Brooke Shields (History/Biography)
Brooke Shields details life with her alcoholic mother. Shields is very open and honest about how her relationship with her mother affected her education, career and move to adulthood. -- Added by Kathy5 on 02/12/2016

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