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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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Mao's Last Dancer
Mao's Last Dancer by Li Cunxin (2000s)
Great autobiography of a man picked to train for the Chinese Ballet at the end of the Mao communist reign. He struggles with the guilt of leaving his family, hungry and poor peasant farmers, along his journey to become the best he can be. -- Added by Kathy5 on 02/24/2014

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The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion
The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion by Fannie Flagg (2000s)
Light hearted story about a southerner who finds out late in life that she was adopted. Story goes between her life and that of her birth family during World War II. Several twists and turns! -- Added by Kathy5 on 02/21/2014

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Lean In
Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg (2000s)
Sandberg, COO at Facebook, encourages women to examine what they can do to become leaders in their professions and the various forces, both good and bad, there are along the way. -- Added by Kathy5 on 02/09/2014

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Sycamore Row
Sycamore Row by John Grisham (2000s)
A young lawyer in a small southern town must defend a handwritten will by a terminally ill man who commits suicide that leaves his fortune to his housekeeper and cuts out his two children. -- Added by Kathy5 on 01/26/2014

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Alex Cross, Run
Alex Cross, Run by James Patterson (2000s)
Alex Cross and his crew are up against two serial killers and stalker with an axe to grind. -- Added by Kathy5 on 01/19/2014

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The Passage
The Passage by Justin Cronin (2000s)
A story of the survivors on the North American continent after a military experiment creates a race of beings that wipe out the majority of the population. The author did a good job of focusing on the survivors and their relationships. -- Added by Kathy5 on 01/16/2014

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