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The Windfall
The Windfall by Diksha Basu (Other Fiction)
Enjoyable story about what happens to an Indian family when the dad's website is sold and they start to upgrade thier life. -- Added by indylynndy on 01/22/2018

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The Music Shop
The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce (Other Fiction)
What a sweet pearl from the author of"The Unlikely Pilgrimage Of Harold Fry," about the healing power of music and friendship. -- Added by Wyperson on 01/22/2018

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London by Edward Rutherfurd (Historical Fiction)
I would recommend this book. It's quite longat over 1000 pages, but many of the chapters go rather quickly. It follows the development of the city of London, England through the lives of several intertwined families, and of course, Kings, Queens, dynasties and wars. London itself is the most fascinating character. If you want to learn some history and like good historical "thrillers," I would say this is foryou. -- Added by EmilyS on 01/22/2018

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I Will Always Write Back
I Will Always Write Back by Martin Ganda (History/Biography)
I Will Always Write Back is the inspiring story of 2 kids, who after a school assignment as pen pals, continue to write each other through their school years. It shares how love and compassion can change not just one persons life, but a whole family. -- Added by Apriddis on 01/22/2018

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Darker by E L James (Romance)
different perspective.... -- Added by jacque braiman on 01/22/2018

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A Wrinkle in Time
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
loved this book -- Added by jacque braiman on 01/22/2018

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The Orphan Keeper
The Orphan Keeper by Camron Wright (Historical Fiction)
Wow! This book pulls you in with the writing, but more than that - knowing it's based off a true story, and a recent true story, pulls on your heartstrings. The Orphan Keeper is a must read, that will have you reflecting on your own life, and where you fit in it. -- Added by Apriddis on 01/22/2018

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And Then There Were None
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie (Mystery/Suspense)
Great murder mystery. Keeps you guessing until the reveal. Based on the nursery rhyme Ten Little Indians. If you like murder mysteries this book should not be missed. Agatha Christie at her best. -- Added by Bholden on 01/22/2018

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Savor the Moment
Savor the Moment by Nora Roberts (Romance)
This is the third installment in the Bride Quartet series. It is important to read these in order as well. This book focuses on Laurel and Delaney (Del). Laurel is the baker of the Quartet and does all of the desserts and the wedding cake for each wedding the group plans/hosts. Laurel has loved Del since they were children and Del being himself, hasn't caught on. The story has many twists and turns which Nora Roberts fits in quite beautifully. -- Added by wolfgirl on 01/22/2018

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How to Negotiate Like a Child
How to Negotiate Like a Child by Bill Adler Jr. (Other Nonfiction)
A fresh approach to one of the most troublesome areas of business: how to negotiate the best deal. This book does not suggest that we act like children in the boardroom but rather to take what we know about children's successful techniques for getting what they want and transferring it to the world of everyday business. Returned to library not finished. Will check out again. -- Added by yenshuol on 01/22/2018

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