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The Girl Who Wrote in Silk
The Girl Who Wrote in Silk by Kelli Estes (Historical Fiction)
I would highly recommend this page turner. It's the author's debut novel and is an easy and quick read. A story of two women's lives, a Chinese women living in the late 1800s and a present day woman that uncovers an embroidered sleeve from a stairway of a home she is remolding into a hotel. Following the clues on the sleeve, she uncovers a dark history of her family. -- Added by KCheesman on 02/02/2016

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A Man Called Ove
A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman (Other Fiction)
I loved this book. About an old man living in a row house, lonely and unfriendly toward his neighbors. Always aggravated by the "stupidity" of those around him, until by chance he meets a new couple, moving into the row. The pregnant wife and the air head husband befriend Ove and the story takes a turn from there. An uplifting book and a quick and enjoyable read. I recommend. -- Added by KCheesman on 01/26/2016

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The Lake House
The Lake House by Kate Morton (Other Fiction)
I enjoy Kate Morton's novels, although this wasn't one of my favorites. I did find it a bit of a compulsive read during the final third of the book. The ending had some twists, but I had figured out most of the plot mid way through. A good read, however and I would recommend. -- Added by KCheesman on 01/26/2016

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Second Life
Second Life by S. J. Watson (Other Fiction)
Another book on the can't put down list. I found it boring and uninteresting. Also, the characters didn't make sense to me. Seemed contrived. -- Added by KCheesman on 01/26/2016

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We Were Liars
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart (Other Fiction)
Found this book on a list of books you couldn't put down, but I had no problem with that. Interesting twist at the end...never saw it coming. I would rank it a 3.5 on a 5 point scale. -- Added by KCheesman on 01/26/2016

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