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Turbo Twenty-Three
Turbo Twenty-Three by Janet Evanovich (Mystery/Suspense)
I still read all the Stephanie Plum books. They were GREAT for the first 8-10 and then they got very very very repetitive but I keep reading them hoping they will be great again. This one was much better than a lot of the last ones, but still has a ways to go to be great again. Most likely I will keep reading! One day she will have to pick between Joe and Ranger ~ or not! -- Added by lklugar on 01/22/2017

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Christmas Caramel Murder
Christmas Caramel Murder by Joanne Fluke (Mystery/Suspense)
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!! -- Added by lklugar on 01/22/2017

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The Guest Room
The Guest Room by Chris Bohjalian (Other Fiction)
This is not the first book by Chris Bohjalian that I have read. He does a great job with character study during his books. He takes an incident and then lets you look deep into each character to see what they think and what they feel. This was another good book by him. This would make a good book club book, because there is a lot that can be discussed. -- Added by lklugar on 01/18/2017

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British Manor Murder
British Manor Murder by Leslie Meier (Mystery/Suspense)
I love Leslie Meier! I could very easily live in Tinkercove, Maine and be friends with her. This book did not take place in Maine, but in England with Lucy and Sue being there together in a castle. It was a great cozy mystery. She does a great job giving you interesting characters and leaving tiny clues of who might have done it... but most of the time, you really don't know who did it. -- Added by lklugar on 01/18/2017

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Twelve Days of Christmas
Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber (Romance)
I loved this book. This is basically a book about kindness and how kindness affects other people. This world could use more kindness, I think it is a simple thing that has been lost for many, many years. If you need a easy and a nice book to read. This is a good one! -- Added by lklugar on 01/15/2017

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Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut (Other Fiction)
Kurt Vonnegut is a wonderful Indiana author. This book reflects his experiences in WWII. It is not an easy read, and really helps if someone reads it at the same time you do so you can talk with someone about the book. It is read in many high schools I believe because you need a group discussion after reading it. -- Added by lklugar on 01/11/2017

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High Heat
High Heat by Richard Castle (Mystery/Suspense)
I loved the show Castle and these are the books that Richard Castle wrote. They are basically the show with the names changed a tiny bit. So enjoyable and fun to read!! -- Added by lklugar on 01/09/2017

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