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On the Beach by Nevil Shute (1950s)
This book was set in the 1950's at a time when nuclear war was a frightening possibility. The novel focuses on several citizens in an Australian town who are facing their own mortality after a worldwide nuclear war. I enjoyed the characters in this book and considered what my life would be like if I had to face a similar situation. Excellent book. -- Added by booklover14 on 03/04/2014

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Lick Creek
Lick Creek by Brad Kessler (1920s)
This book was set in West Virginia in the late 1920's.The author's descriptive style totally transports the reader into that era. The story is engrossing and easily captivates the reader with the development of the character interactions and the storyline. I would heartily recommend this book. -- Added by booklover14 on 02/16/2014

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Tell No One
Tell No One by Harlan Coben (2000s)
Fabulous! Couldn't put it down. Had me guessing until the end. If you love mysteries read this book. This book was part of the Valentine's Day program. I received this book without knowing the book title or author. Couldn't have made a better choice myself! -- Added by booklover14 on 02/16/2014

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The Reserve LP
The Reserve LP by Russell Banks (1930s)
I enjoyed the character developments and the interactions of the characters. Overall this was not my favorite book, but it is worth reading. -- Added by booklover14 on 02/14/2014

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Mistress by James Patterson (2000s)
Dedicated, love-sick reporter won't give up trying to find out the truth behind the death of his girlfriend/obsession. I found the book enjoyable and especially liked his rambling of presidential and movie trivia. -- Added by booklover14 on 02/03/2014

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The Hit
The Hit by David Baldacci (2000s)
Combine government assassin pitted against government assassin and throw in a little bit of a hidden agenda and you have a fast-paced, can't put it down novel. Wonderful -- Added by booklover14 on 02/03/2014

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Echoes of Titanic
Echoes of Titanic by Mindy Starns Clark (1910s)
Wonderful book. Enjoyed the transitions between past and present. Trust, family, and romance all play a part in solving the mystery surrounding Kelsey's search for the truth about her great-grandmother. -- Added by booklover14 on 02/03/2014

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The Storyteller
The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult (1940s)
Heart-wrenching tale of a granddaughter's search to find the truth about an old man's revelation that he was an SS offer at Auschwitz. This tale told from several character's perspective is riveting. -- Added by booklover14 on 02/03/2014

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