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by Curtis Sittenfeld

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presupposes Hillary did not marry Bill and how their lives both political and personal go forward

Pretend You Don’t See Me
by Mary Higgins Clark

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Lacey works at realtors office and a lady wants her to sell her dead daughters apartment. The girls mother keeps telling Lacey someone killed my daughter I need to find proof. Lacey witnessed the lady being killed and now the killer is after her.

by Catherine Coulter FBI Thriller Series

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separate cases of murder, arson and intrigue-quick read

Buried In The Stacks
by Allison Brook

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Hometown librarian turns sleuth when reference librarian dies a mysterious death. She is aided by the library cat and library ghost.

Get Out Of Your Head Jennie Allen
by Jennie Allen

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28 Summers
by Elin Hilderbrand Books

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Mallory brother Cooper is getting married and he wants his friends to stay at Mallory in Nantucket. Mallory falls in love with Cooper friend Jake.Jake and Mallory agree to keep their relationship a secret.Jake is married to Ursula who is so involved in her own work she puts everything else off, She pays no attention to her husband..

Captive Star
by Nora Roberts

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Jack Dakota is a bounty hunter and goes to pick up M.J.O’Leary for skipping bail. M.J’s friend mailed her a giant blue diamond and she said to hold it for her. M.J. has to explain to Jack that the diamond is not hers. He needs to help her find out why she sent it to her.

All Boys Aren't Blue
by George M. Johnson

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This book was so powerful. I love reading about other people's experiences, especially ones that are so unlike my own. George M. Johnson tells us about his life from when he knew he was different as a child all the way through college. He grew up in a comfortable middle class family in New Jersey, surrounded by the love of parents, siblings, cousins and extended family. This isn't a sad tragic story. This is someone's life - "the good, the bad, and the things he was too afraid to talk about publicly." George (Matthew, as he went by his middle name early in life) starts off by telling us why his story is important and while it is a "young adult" book, it's often young adults who need to hear the words he wrote. The topics he speaks about aren't too much for young people, because they are often living through the same things he did. This book was eye opening to me - it made me happy at times, seeing the unyielding love and support he always received from his family, most of all his Nanny, grandmother to so many in his family; and sad at times - seeing the abuse he endured for being a feminine presenting Black boy to being sexually assaulted by an older family member. There is no right way to grow up Black and queer, but as George states throughout this book, he didn't have anyone to look up to or know what to do growing up. This book is important for those today who don't see themselves in literature, who don't know what to do with how they are feeling. I hope this books reaches those who need it most, and I hope they can learn they aren't alone in the world. This audiobook is narrated by George M. Johnson himself and I love when authors narrator their own works, especially for a memoir, I think the author narrating it makes it so much more powerful. I would highly recommend this one as an audiobook - it's not too long either - some audiobooks are intimidating but this felt like listening to a friend tell a story.

Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing
by Judy Blume

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adventures of Hatcher family with Fudge-na troublesome 3 year old

Otherwise Known As Sheila The Great Book
by Judy Blume

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further adventures of Shelia Tubman; learns to overcome some fears

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