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Winter
Winter by Marissa Meyer (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
Good final installment to the series. It was longer then the other three but was action packed until happily ever after. -- Added by Kissifer on 02/21/2017

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Prayers for the Stolen
Prayers for the Stolen by Jennifer Clement (Other Fiction)
serious, brutal chronicle of life for Mexican women in dangerous area told through story of one young girl. very difficult to read about but also very thought provoking. -- Added by ropir1 on 02/21/2017

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How Not to be Wrong
How Not to be Wrong by Jordan Ellenberg (Other Nonfiction)
A great review of my high school math. -- Added by yenshuol on 02/21/2017

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Today Will Be Different
Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple (Humor)
I loved her other book, "Where'd You Go Bernadette?" This one was also enjoyable but lacking the depth of the previous novel. Fun, witty writing, with quirky characters and somewhat ridiculous circumstances. -- Added by rwoolston on 02/21/2017

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The Twelve
The Twelve by Justin Cronin (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
This is the second book in a trilogy about a post-apocalyptic vampire scourge that has destroyed most of humanity in North America. It has a slow, complicated build, with several characters and narratives interwoven throughout the story. The final scenes are exciting and action-packed. I'm not always a fan of this genre, but Cronin does it well. -- Added by rwoolston on 02/21/2017

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The Mentor Leader
The Mentor Leader by Tony Dungy (Other Nonfiction)
Tony describes how he encouraged and motivated his teams and other people he has mentored. He tells about his coaches and others who mentored him. His humility has always impressed me and I admire him even more after reading this book. -- Added by pabchalfant@yahoo.com on 02/21/2017

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Cat & Mouse
Cat & Mouse by James Patterson (Other Fiction)
I did and didn't want to read this book when I realized that the hero, Alex Cross, is going up against his nemesis again! The title is an apt description of the plot and book. I couldn't put it sown and yet I didn't want to keep reading it. Patterson definitely kept you on the edge of your seat and threw in so many twists to the plot, it was just crazy. I can't wait to see where the next book takes us. -- Added by k2disos on 02/21/2017

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Tick Tock
Tick Tock by James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge (Other Fiction)
I decided to try James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge's series about detective, Michael Bennett. These books grab you right away and sometimes as in this book, they don't let go! police detective gets called back from vacation to help solve terrible crimes by a calculating, mastermind criminal. The twists and turns of the plot keep you reading, even after you know you need to stop for the night! Thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait to read the next one in the series. This is from the middle of the series list and I enjoyed all the previous ones as well. -- Added by k2disos on 02/21/2017

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Starlight on Willow Lake
Starlight on Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs (Romance)
I love Susan Wiggs' books, she is one of my guilty pleasure reading books. This is part of the Lakeshore Chronicles series and I enjoyed all of those books so far. Enter Faith, mother of two, desperately looking for work, enter Mason rich son trying to find help for his crotchety quadriplegic mother. Throw in secrets, grieving, and other fun things. I enjoyed this book and it sets up at least two other books for Mason's brother and sister. I can't wait to read them whenever she writes them. -- Added by k2disos on 02/21/2017

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The Flame Bearer
The Flame Bearer by Bernard Cornwell (Historical Fiction)
recommend> the latest in the "saxon tale" and a good read. -- Added by edger on 02/21/2017

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