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Mercy Snow by Tiffany Baker
Haunting atmosphere, vulnerable characters, deeply buried dark secrets.
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsian
International best selling romantic comedy. Socially awkward genetics professor creates a scientific way to find the perfect mate.
Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls by Anton Di Sclafani
Teenage girls sent to boarding school and a handsome head master with an absentee wife….leads to trouble.
Panopticon by Jenni Fagan
A heartbreaking coming of age story of growing up in foster care Ireland.
Paris Match by Stuart Woods
A quirky amusing tale staring Stone Barrington, legal eagle investigator.
The Good Girl by Mary Kubica
A psychological, suspense story of a one night stand that leads to an abduction, which leads to a bizarre love affair with a tragic end.
Conditions of Love by Dale M. Kushner
A coming of age story of abandonment with overarching tones of desire for spiritual and erotic love.
Girls of August by Anne Rivers Siddons
A story of four women, a remote barrier island, and startling discoveries. Great relaxing , quick read.
The Silver Star by Jeanette Walls
An absentee, self-absorbed mother and two young daughters learning to find their own way in the world. A story of resilience and acceptance. A Fascinating, quick read.
Third Hill North of Town by Noah Bly
An escapee from a mental hospital and two very unlikely passengers take a cross country journey you will never forget…hilarious and tragic in equal measure.
Unbroken by Laura Hildenbrand
An important work of nonfiction chronicling the life of a one time Olympic athlete taken prisoner by the Japanese in world war II. Brutal and disturbing yet evidence of one man’s will to survive under the most harrowing of circumstances.
Trespass by Rose Tremain
Worlds and cultures collide, boundaries are crossed and crimes are committed in rural France. A Powerful and unsettling novel.
The Farm by Tom Robb Smith
A psychological thriller of mental illness, denial and acceptance…who are you to believe?