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Red River - Lalita Tademy. Sheds light on a aspect of African-American history not often told. Highly recommend.

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"Cane River covers 137 years of the author's family history, written as fiction, but rooted in research, historical fact and family stories." A poignant and beautifully written story.

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Love "Gone Girl"? Read These Psychological Thrillers Next

or a long time, it seemed like maybe Liane Moriarty and Stephen King had cornered the modern market on the suspense-fiction genre. But no…

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11 Books That Could Be This Summer's 'Gone Girl'

12 Books That Could Be This Summer's 'Gone Girl'

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17 Of 2016’s Most Anticipated Books To Put On Your Wishlist Immediately

There are few things I love more in this world than the expanse of four or five days of schedule-free bliss, and a stack of books on the coffee table. Sure, I’m not going to say no to some chocolate, if it happens to be sitting in a bowl next to my T

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10 Books That Could Be the Next 'Gone Girl'

10 Books That Could Be the Next 'Gone Girl'

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8 Chilling Back-to-School Thrillers for Fall

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Killing Kennedy

Excellent! I have never studied the Kennedys much as I have heard nothing overly good about them. This book was truthful and I found myself admiring Jackie the more I read. Good read. ~VS~

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The Notebook

The part when, Allie remembers who she is and then forgets again. It shows Noah's face, and how destroyed he is, makes me cry every time<3

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