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Met Her Match
by Jude Deveraux

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Not one of June Deveraux's best books. Light and fluffy read.

The Babysitters Club Mary Anne Saves The Day
by Ann M. Martin

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I think this book was wonderfully about growing up tacking a stand and friendship

Fablehaven Book 1
by Brandon Mull

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amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Blindside
by James Patterson

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James Patterson does not fail in this "Whodunit" thriller. Always a page turner right to the end. I love how the values of family is always woven into his murder mysteries.

The Night Fire
by Michael Connelly

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Excellent book, excellent read. It had me page turning until the very end, even after reading 10 or more other Connelly books.

The Awakened Guide
by Eli Jaxon-Bear

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The direct guidance given in “The Awakened Guide” points the way home to one’s own heart and to the direct experience of one’s true nature, of one’s true self. “The Awakened Guide” offers the opportunity to consciously participate in the next wave of the evolution of the human species.

dead famous
by Carol O'connell

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good read. ... enjoy

Pieces of Her
by Karin Slaughter

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This was an audiobook format and I did not care for the narrator. I kept listening in the hopes that the story itself would get better but it did not. The author was recommended to me and I am sorry to say I probably won't read another one of her books.

Suds In Your Eye
by Mary Lasswell

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Suds in Your Eye is one of my favorite books of all time. Set in. San Diego junk yard during WWII, Mrs. Feeley and her friends Mrs. Rasmussen and Miss Tinkham work hard to raise the money to pay the back taxes on the junkyard while drinking copious amounts of beer. The book is the foundation for my map to successful old ladyhood.

The Boy Who Drew Monsters
by Keith Donohue

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Wonderful book for anyone who loves thrillers.


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