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Hot Six
Hot Six by Janet Evanovich (2000s)
Excellent -- Added by billz on 03/04/2014

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The Keeper of Lost Causes
The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen (2000s)
Detective Carl Moerck heads a new department to work on old unsolved cases. Along with his mysterious assistant, Assad, he investigates the disappearance 5 years ago of an up and coming women politician. -- Added by Kathy5 on 03/04/2014

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Zeitoun by Dave Eggers (2000s)
I love the city of New Orleans and this is a fascinating tale of what it was like post-Katrina in this city. A good read! I am familiar with the city so I could picture several of the locations in the book. -- Added by philena62 on 03/03/2014

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I Married You for Happiness
I Married You for Happiness by Lily Tuck (2000s)
A widow's musings and memories the night her husband dies suddenly. Well written. -- Added by Grier on 03/03/2014

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Defending Jacob
Defending Jacob by William Landay (2000s)
Read this as a book club assignment. Definitely a page-turner, very compelling, and yet in the end dissatisfying for a reader whose preference is more for stories where you are engaged by the characters and invested in their growth or redemption. -- Added by AnnRaymont on 03/03/2014

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The Husband's Secret
The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty (2000s)
Great intertwining of characters. Epilogue concluded with all the secrets the various characters never knew. -- Added by AF on 03/03/2014

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Cross My Heart
Cross My Heart by James Patterson (2000s)
This was a very exciting book and I throughly enjoyed it until the end. The ending was abrupt and didn't complete anything. I felt cheated and disappointed in Patterson -- Added by saz1991 on 03/02/2014

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W is for Wasted
W is for Wasted by Sue Grafton (2000s)
This book was harder to get into than any of her other books. It got much better toward the end. -- Added by saz1991 on 03/02/2014

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Sink Reflections
Sink Reflections by Marla Cilley (2000s)
A great guide for new moms to organize their houses and their lives. -- Added by natashaelise on 03/01/2014

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The Woods
The Woods by Harlan Coben (2000s)
Another terrific book by Harlan Cohen. It's about four kids who disappeared from a summer camp and presumed dead. The story is about the people who they have left behind - how they figure out what really happened that day, twenty years ago. A fascinating tale that will grip you. -- Added by Joy on 03/01/2014

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Orphan Train
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline (2000s)
Molly, who has been to numerous foster homes, tries to stay to herself and avoid making friends. Molly, needing to perform 50 hours of community service, helps Vivian, a 91 year old women who lives in a mansion, clean her attic. Going thru Vivian's boxes, Molly begins to actually like Vivian and realize they have much in common. This book goes back in time to when Vivian was a young girl and her life growing up. Molly and Vivian end up helping each other. -- Added by roadadventure on 03/01/2014

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The Book of Useless Information
The Book of Useless Information by Noel Botham (2000s)
I thought all the information in this book was soooo interesting and I think everyone should read it! -- Added by on 03/01/2014

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The Longest Ride
The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks (2000s)
Nicholas Sparks writes the nicest love stories and this book is about two couples one old and one young whose lives cross in the most surprising way. -- Added by ljchouinard on 03/01/2014

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Living Dead in Dallas
Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris (2000s)
The second of the Stookie Stackhouse series. Somethings are a little far-fetched and difficult to understand, but an entertaining read nonetheless. Not sure I will continue to number three... -- Added by hden06 on 02/28/2014

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The Universe Versus Alex Woods
The Universe Versus Alex Woods by Gavin Extence (2000s)
Drawing heavily on Slaughterhouse-Five, this 2014 Alex Award winner might appeal to Kurt Vonnegut fans - especially those with an interest in the ethics of euthanasia. Quirky characters! Alex was 10 when he survived a direct hit from a meteorite that left him with temporal lobe epilepsy, a need for morning meditation, and an interest in both physics and neurology. His mom sells crystals and potions in the Queen of Cups - her shop where she does tarot readings. And his best friend is a grouchy, elderly pacifist whose "letter-writing club" is Amnesty International and whose dog is named Kurt after the famous Hoosier author. -- Added by Nimble Novice on 02/28/2014

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