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A Confident Heart: How to Stop Doubting Yourself and Live in the Security of God's Promises By Renee Swope

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Bestsellers: Paperback Fiction, Week Of December 26, 2013

The Aviator's Wife - sept 2014

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The Five People You Meet in Heaven (Paperback)

I always loved this book!

Someone Named Eva is such a compelling book. I could not put it down. It is a bit sad (made me cry at a few parts) but then again a must read. http://edhelper.com/books/Someone_Named_Eva.htm

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When did I get like this?

If you are a mom..this book pretty much sums it up...hilarious :) *comes recommended, so I must find time to read it! :)

Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter... couldnt find the movie poster but i cant wait! yeah I know burton didnt directed it but he did produce it! :p

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This Year’s “Gone Girl”?

"The Silent Wife"---I'm NOT Much of a Novel Reader, But This Psychological Thriller Kept Me Turning Pages Into the Night!! Read In Two Days, Between Getting Ready For Christmas, Harrison Has Written a Thriller For The Ages!! I Loved It...You Know Who Dies From Page Ten, But You HAVE To Know The Whole Tale...and Some Story It Is!! 5 Big Stars...Must Read Book!!

The River Wife is a sweeping, panoramic story that ranges from the New Madrid earthquake of 1811 through the Civil War to the bootlegging days of the 1930s. When the earthquake brings Annie Lark’s Missouri house down on top of her, she finds herself pinned under the massive roof beam, facing certain death. Rescued by French fur trapper Jacques Ducharme, Annie learns to love the strong, brooding man and resolves to live out her days as his “River Wife.”

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22 Books You Should Read Now, Based On Your Childhood Favorites

22 Books You Should Read Now, Based On Your Childhood Favorites (except I might need to work backwards, because I've read the "adult" books but not the kid ones!)