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  • Marcellous Jones

    The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson, is one of my favorite book I’ve read. This book masterfully combines the true stories of a serial killer and the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. I’ve never been much an advocate reader, but I can remember my school Liberian recommending this book to me. I was so drawn in by it, I ended up reading it 4 times.

  • Alaura White

    So worth reading!

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