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Kitchen Canary Joanne C. Parsons - 153 p.

Kitchen Canary Joanne C. Parsons - 153 p.

KITCHEN CANARY is the perfect book club read. Immediately engaging, historical, and filled with both hope and anguish. At 153 pages, it can be read in a day. This is especially good if you’re a last-minute book club reader like me. Within sentences of beginning...

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The Overstory Richard Powers - 512 p.

The Overstory Richard Powers - 512 p.

I found myself reaching for a tree identification guide as I read this rather mind-blowing novel. Looking up many a species was truly educational! I wanted to know what a chestnut tree looked like when I learned herein of their disappearance due to a widespread...

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The Witch Elm Tana French - 528 p.

The Witch Elm Tana French - 528 p.

Tana French’s newest, THE WITCH ELM, is an engrossing story about family, love, and loss, though it’s a book entirely unsuitable for the Hallmark channel. Some books haunt long after you shut the cover, walk away, vacuum, fold laundry and wash the dishes....

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Varina Charles Frazier - 368 p.

Varina Charles Frazier - 368 p.

In his fourth novel, Charles Frazier returns to familiar stomping grounds, the same ones he trod with such mastery in Cold Mountain—the South during the final days of the Civil War. VARINA centers on Varina Howell Davis, wife of Jefferson Davis, president of the...

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Crazy Rich Asians Trilogy Kevin Kwan

Crazy Rich Asians Trilogy Kevin Kwan

Kevin Kwan’s CRAZY RICH ASIANS TRILOGY focuses on a segment of the uber-rich many of us in the U.S. have rarely thought about—the extremely wealthy Chinese and Southeast Asians. But that’s all changed now: rich Asians are very much part of our public...

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Harry’s Trees Jon Cohen - 428 p.

Harry’s Trees Jon Cohen - 428 p.

Comedy, tragedy, and magic join hands in HARRY’S TREES, a charming, if uneven, novel. Its appeal lies in the two main characters: Harry Crane, a middle-aged average-Joe kind of guy, and a cheeky, bossy nine-year-old named Oriana Jeffers. Both are in the throes...

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