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Its the summer of 1979, and a dry, hot, northern California school vacation stretches ahead for Rachel and her younger sister Patty-the daughters a larger-than-life, irresistibly handsome and chronically unfaithful detective father who loves to make women happy, and the mother whose heart he broke. Left to their own devices, the inseparable sisters spend their days studying record jackets, concocting elaborate fantasies about the life of the mysterious neighbor who moves in down the street,

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The TOP books every home should have (for every age!) Great, great list! --I love that "I Loathe You" is on here, it's my kid's favorite book.

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The Mayflower and the Pilgrims' New World by Nathaniel Philbrick. $8.99. Reading level: Ages 10 and up. Author: Nathaniel Philbrick. Publisher: Puffin; Reprint edition (October 15, 2009)

Around the World in 80 Dinners, by Cheryl and Bill Jamison

Blackout - part one of a two volume story. Willis creates a world of time-traveling academic historians.

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