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The Couple Next Door
The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena (Other Fiction)
Fantastic! Twists and turns throughout the story. The ending, WOW, -- Added by Realvamps on 02/25/2017

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Bossypants
Bossypants by Tina Fey (History/Biography)
Tina Fey is just hilarious. It was interesting to hear about how her career developed and what she has accomplished. All the while laughing out loud. -- Added by Bobbiboomer on 02/25/2017

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The Man with a Load of Mischief by Marth Grimes (Mystery/Suspense)
This is an Agatha Christie type of mystery. The plot kept moving with a new murder sprinkled in every once in a while. The list of suspects fluctuates with each new murder. This was a good book that kept my interest. -- Added by thewritejim on 02/25/2017

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The Thing Is by Kathleen Gerard (Other Fiction)
Very nice story about the power of animals in our lives. It was a little slow getting started but got better. I would recommend this book. -- Added by Bobbiboomer on 02/25/2017

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The Island House
The Island House by Nancy Thayer (Other Fiction)
I love Nancy Thayer's books. This one had excellent character development and a realistic plot. I enjoyed it. -- Added by Bobbiboomer on 02/25/2017

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California Girl
California Girl by T. Jefferson Parker (Mystery/Suspense)
Bought this book a couple of years ago at the Carmel Library Friends Bookstore and finally got around to reading it. Good story and certainly held my interest, enough that I might try another of Parker's. Considering that I got it on "sale" for $1.00 it was a great purchase -- Added by stephaniephillips on 02/25/2017

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Year of Wonders
Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks (Historical Fiction)
Well written tale of small English community isolated by the plague in 1666. How the plague arrived, its devastation and how the village coped, or tried to, are the heart of this story. -- Added by Indysteve7 on 02/25/2017

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A Divided Spy
A Divided Spy by Charles Cumming (Mystery/Suspense)
recommend. one of the better writers in the "spy" genre. -- Added by edger on 02/24/2017

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The Last Olympian
The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan (Science Fiction/Fantasy)
The final book in this series. Very good series. -- Added by Roundaboutgirl on 02/24/2017

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Thank You for Being Late
Thank You for Being Late by Thomas L. Friedman (Other Nonfiction)
I'd like to recommend this book to anyone that holds on to the belief that climate change, global trade, and AI are not compromising their health and liberty. Friedman gives a great foundation for understanding the how the pace of life and birth patterns are impacting us now. He does have a positive view believing that this can be organized from the community level up. I wish I could retain all this knowledge to explain it to my friends. Read the Book! -- Added by 1234mom on 02/24/2017

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