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Antarctica
by Claire Keegan

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I loved this collection of short stories! It’s definitely not a feel-good read. It makes you think about all the dangers that are out there in the world and how one single decision can change your life.

Earth's The Right Place For Love
by Elizabeth Berg

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This book is the back story of Berg's prior book Arthur Trulov. It tells the story of Arthur from 16 +. If you like historical fiction this is the book for you and a good love story. Happy Reading!

Hot Six
by Janet Evanovich Stephanie Plum Series

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Janet is entertainment when you don't want to think to hard. And Stephanie Plum is just funny. When Grandma Mazur moved in you know that crazy was going to be kicked up a notched. This time Ranger is in trouble and Stephanie's wild luck and Trenton know how makes for a great read.

Wander Lost
by Laura Martin

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In this grand novella, put together by the extraordinary works of Laura Martin, twins Nash and Rhett embark on an adventure of a lifetime in games now these aren't your typical Catan-type games, they are the weirdest, quirkiest games. Can Nash and Rhett save everything they care about or will the world fall into the hands of a wrathful pirate?!

Girl A
by Abigail Dean

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I am not typically a psychological thriller reader, but this was recommended to me by a friend, and then, as I checked out, the librarian also commented on how good it was! This book did not disappoint. The book made me feel so many different emotions - sad, empathetic, angry, tense, anxious, hopeful, and scared. If you read it for nothing else, read it for the ending. It was jaw-dropping!

Female Serial Killers Aileen Wuornos
by Sullivan Jack

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This was an amazing book. If you love the history of the Indigenous people of America this is a book you won’t be able to put down. It is a murder mystery inside historical facts. It also explains how the FBI began. Set in the 1920’s the book follows the lives of various Osage Indians in Oklahoma who were very wealthy because of the oil rights of their land. This is a must read. It will help you see how wrong we were to treat indigenous people with no respect!

Dog Man: Mothering Heights: A Graphic Novel (dog Man #10): From The Creator Of Captain Underpants
by Dav Pilkey

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This book was about Dog man. He is funny. He battled giant sippy cups.

The Push
by Ashley Audrain

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An exciting book that keeps the reader hooked until the very end. The reader gets to see the inner feelings and turmoil of a mom who just knows what everyone else doesn't want to see. The ending made me want for more.

Rubi Ramos's Recipe For Success
by Jessica Parra

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A little slow

The Book Woman Of Troublesome Creek
by Kim Michele Richardson

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I read portions of this book to my dog, Matt and my cat, Georgie. I figured because Cussy read a passage from The Wind in the Willows to her mule, Junia, my pets would enjoy this novel. I loved the book. Matt and Georgie slept through my reading. I guess they would like it better if there were treats involved. No matter what, this is a terrific book.