Week of 16 Jul 2017
Camino Island: A Novel

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Camino Island

by John Grisham

The Identicals: A Novel

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The Identicals

by Elin Hilderbrand

The Woman in Cabin 10
Despite this successful formula, and a whole lot of slowly unraveling tension, the end is somehow unsatisfying. And the newspaper and social media inserts add little depth.
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The Woman in Cabin 10

by Ruth Ware

Come Sundown

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Come Sundown

by Nora Roberts

Seven Stones to Stand or Fall: A Collection of Outlander Fiction

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Seven Stones to Stand or Fall

by Diana Gabaldon

THE HANDMAID'S TALE
Atwood, to her credit, creates a chillingly specific, imaginable night-mare. The book is short on characterization--this is Atwood, never a warm writer, at her steeliest--and long on cynicism--it's got none of the human credibility of a work such as Walker Percy's Love In The Ruins. But the scariness is visceral...
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THE HANDMAID'S TALE

by Margaret Atwood

Into the Water: A Novel
...even after you’ve managed to untangle all the willfully misleading information, half-baked subplots, and myriad characters, you’re going to have a tough time keeping it straight.
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Into the Water

by Paula Hawkins

milk and honey
This book is perfect for getting you through any breakup. Some poems hit you with the power of two lines, while others need two pages to sink in.
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milk and honey

by rupi kaur