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No Ordinary Lives
No Ordinary Lives by David Johnson (1990s)
A collection of newspaper human interest stories by an Idaho reporter whose approach is "everybody has a story." For 20 years, he has selected his weekly subjects by going through the local phone book and calling people at random. Ordinary people, but the stories are anything but. An enjoyable read. -- Added by Roundabout girl on 02/16/2014

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Gone Girl
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn (2000s)
This story shows how a promising marriage can take one bad turn too many. Entertaining and fresh. -- Added by Roundabout girl on 02/16/2014

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Firefly Lane
Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah (1980s)
I have read three of the author's books now, and she never disappoints. She focuses on female characters and friendships, and her period references are accurate and entertaining. She usually locates her stories in Seattle and/or the Northwest portion of the United States. This story starts in the 1980s and takes two friends and their families through the next 30 years of their lives. -- Added by Roundabout girl on 02/16/2014

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Private Berlin
Private Berlin by James Patterson (2000s)
This is a riveting thriller set in modern-day Germany, with context from when East and West Germany were separate and inaccessible to each other. -- Added by Roundabout girl on 02/07/2014

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