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Christmas Caramel Murder
Christmas Caramel Murder by Joanne Fluke (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"Love Joanne Fluke!! Her characters are great! I almost makes you want to live in her darling town excepts for all the murders and SNOW!!" -- lklugar, 01/22/2017

"I love this series! I have read all of them and love the plots and the characters. I can't wait for the next one that is coming out soon!" -- Deedah68, 01/22/2017

DASH Diet Detox
DASH Diet Detox by Kate Barrington (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"The cover of this book is covered in fruits and vegetable, which is in keeping with the Dash Diet as I have understood it. However, I found many of the meals in the book to very heavy in carbs (some breakfasts have 6 servings of carbs) and very light on vegetables. I would not recommend the detox plan, although a couple of the recipes look promising." -- Gholson, 02/28/2017

"I have been advised to start a low-sodium diet and I thought this would be a good place to start. Everything on the menu is simple to prepare and the ingredients for the recipes can be found in any grocery store. This book is a great tool for anyone looking to lower their blood pressure or start living a healthier lifestyle." -- Sharondodom, 01/09/2017

Don't You Cry
Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"This is a pretty good suspense novel with a few interesting twists. " -- EBeliles, 01/30/2017

"I have read her first book and really enjoyed it. This book was also entertaining." -- krohan, 01/13/2017

Elon Musk
Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"Great biography about a modern Genius! " -- Swimmeruk2, 01/15/2017

"Elon Musk is tremendously fascinating, a truly driven individual out to make the world a better place, to the detriment of anyone who interacts with him at any level less than what's required by Elon at any given moment. " -- parrish72, 03/01/2017

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rowling (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"I have greatly enjoyed reading this to my children. An excellent framework to introduce them to the inevitable confusions and challenges of adolescence, along with some god vs. evil stuff that's a little less realistic." -- Tepid Coffee, 02/28/2017

"This is the 4th volume in the Harry Potter series. A fantastic series. This is one of the longer (not the longest) book, so be warned. " -- Draven51, 02/26/2017

Hidden Figures
Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"Amazing True Story Of Af. American women working for NASA throughout the 40's & 50's & 60's" -- tgoode, 01/09/2017

"Intriguing detailed account of the black women who worked at Langley Memorial Aeronautic Laboratory in Hampton, VA from the 1930's through the 1970's. This scholarly work reveals a lot about the U.S. in that period as well as the lives of some of the most prominent women in the group. I hope the movie does the heroines justice without unduly romanticizing their incredible achievements. This book could serve as inspiration for young women to pursue education and careers in science and mathematics." -- ERobinson, 02/06/2017

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"I liked the way it moved along from one generation to the next." -- janegmorrison, 02/01/2017

"Once I got used to only meeting each character for a chapter, I really enjoyed this book. I have spent the summer in Ghana so I especially enjoyed being able to picture the scenary and remember the foods the book mentioned. The author does a great job covering many generations whose paths divert and then come back together. " -- Jammin' Reader, 01/29/2017

In the Garden of Beasts
In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"An excellent book about the rise of Hitler, and how it came out of seemingly nowhere." -- caldtins, 02/28/2017

"Very interesting read in light of the current political situation. American ambassador to Germany during the rise of Hitler" -- 21690100853509, 03/04/2017

Karolina's Twins
Karolina's Twins by Ronald H. Balson (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"Interesting Holocaust legacy story with a Chicago link. I recommend it highly." -- aisencf, 01/20/2017

"A saga inspired by true events of a Holocaust. An elderly woman, enlists the help of a legal team to help her solve the mystery of missisng children that she believes were misplaced during the Holocaust. Througout the novel you hear her stories of living through the atrocity of the Holocaust. She has secrets unknown to her legal team and they work to help her solve the mystery of the missing children while trying to unveil her secrets. A captivating read and I hope to read more from this author! " -- efoland, 02/20/2017

My Sister's Grave
My Sister's Grave by Robert Dugoni (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"A bit clumsy with the romance, but an interesting mystery nonetheless. " -- Craftcj, 01/27/2017

"First of series with Tracy Crosswhite, homicide detective in Seattle. Love the protagonist and other characters!" -- crbauer, 02/07/2017

Never Never
Never Never by James Patterson (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"I enjoyed the book and the characters. I liked the storyline too, but it seemed a little too drawn out." -- 21690200273848, 02/15/2017

"This wasn't my favorite Patterson book. It was an okay read. " -- sdginn, 02/12/2017

One Plus One
One Plus One by Jojo Moyes (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"Another Jo Jo Moyes win!" -- Bmccl1, 02/07/2017

"Single mom raising 2 kids. One is a step son who wears mascara & is bullied. The daughter is a math geek who needs to go to the Math Olympiad to win a full ride to a private school.. She fails the test but the question #1 is incorrectly written so she is given another chance and wins. She is also bullied. The route to test test and to hacking of bully is somewhat contrived but makes for am interesting read when the provider of ride to science Olympiad is accused of insider trading and loses all of his fancy things." -- Kathie, 01/23/2017

Prayers for the Stolen
Prayers for the Stolen by Jennifer Clement (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"serious, brutal chronicle of life for Mexican women in dangerous area told through story of one young girl. very difficult to read about but also very thought provoking." -- ropir1, 02/21/2017

"This is the Critical Mass book club selection for March,2017. It's the story of a young girl growing up in a remote mountain area of Mexico where the mothers cut their daughters' hair and make them dress like boys to make them less attractive (and therefore less likely to be kidnapped) to pillaging drug gangs. It's also a well-written social commentary on drug smuggling, illegal Mexican immigration to the U.S., and trafficking of young girls. The prose is spare yet original, and mirrors the gritty themes of the book. I really enjoyed this one, despite its noir novel feel." -- Jhusain, 02/22/2017

Tales of the Peculiar
Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"A very interesting and creative collection of short stories. I wanted to see how the stories would be "Peculiar". The stories are very imaginative putting a new twist on some old sayings such as "it costs an arm and a leg" or "no man is an island". Thoroughly enjoyed the downloadable audio book." -- thewritejim, 02/20/2017

"Fun light read to go along with Miss Peregrine's " -- Myrweleen, 01/21/2017

The Book Thief
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (2 Winter Readers liked this book)
"Amazing read detailing the adventures of Leisel Meminger as she navigates Nazi Germany during World War II and learns the goodness and heartbreak in words" -- Elneukam, 03/04/2017

"I didn't enjoy the slow pace of this book." -- Evamichelle, 02/28/2017

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