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The Scholar (Cormac Reilly, #2) by Dervla  McTiernan
The Scholar (Cormac Reilly, #2)
by Dervla McTiernan
User review: Not as good as the first book, but still great. The characters are very well developed and the story keeps you engrossed. Really hard to put down.
The narrator is fantastic.
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Fresh Eggs and Dog Beds by Nick Albert
Fresh Eggs and Dog Beds
by Nick Albert
User review: For almost my entire adult life, I’ve loved stories of people moving to new places and building or refurbishing their homes. Peter Mayle’s A Year in Provence was my “gateway book” in this respect, but since then, I’ve read many others.

It should be no surprise, then, that when given the opportunit...
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Tiny Town Hide and Seek Counting by Joshua George
Tiny Town Hide and Seek Counting
by Joshua George
User review: {My thoughts} – This is a nice little book that helps to introduce and teach simple counting to your little ones. I like how nice and simple the illustrations are on both the cover and within the pages of the book. The text within the book is simple questions that can easily be answered by having...
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One-Way Trip (Sniper Elite, #1) by Scott McEwen
One-Way Trip (Sniper Elite, #1)
by Scott McEwen
User review: Good book even though it was a bit unrealistic.
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UnMasked (Rise of the Phoenix #1) by Nikki Landis
UnMasked (Rise of the Phoenix #1)
by Nikki Landis
User review: Unmasked by Nikki Landis was a fast paced, intense, steamy read. Veronica and Geron meet at a masked Halloween party and the sparks fly between them immediately. This story has interesting twists, intrigue, intense action, and sizzling chemistry, that kept me fascinated throughout and turning the...
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Satoko and Nada Vol. 1 by Yupechika
Satoko and Nada Vol. 1
by Yupechika
User review: I am in love with these short stories and the characters in this book. I learned a lot while reading it and am so excited to get my hands on the next few volumes.
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Saint X by Alexis Schaitkin
Saint X
by Alexis Schaitkin
User review: This debut mystery is creating a huge buzz and I can see why. The story line is intriguing, the pace is perfect and the writing style is addictive. The way the author describes the setting, situations and people in such an insightful way, really hooks you. Just read the first 20 pages and you wil...
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Ignite on Contact (Brotherhood by Fire, #2) by Jaci Burton
Ignite on Contact (Brotherhood by Fire, #2)
by Jaci Burton
User review: Ahh… the Donovan boys…

Are back! Firefighters and heat go hand in hand and Rafe’s story is filled with all that more…
Carmen was his next door neighbour but close proximity wasn’t helping him win her hand. She was everything he wanted - strong, smart, with family at the center. She was worth the ef...
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Hearts Unbroken by Cynthia Leitich Smith
Hearts Unbroken
by Cynthia Leitich Smith
User review: 17 yo Louise, a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, is on the staff of the school's newspaper in a small town in Kansas. Louise is paired up with photographer Joey; together they write the feature section. The drama teacher/director has made a point that this year there will be diversity cast...
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Unforgiven (Loveless, Texas #2) by Jay Crownover
Unforgiven (Loveless, Texas #2)
by Jay Crownover
User review:
Unforgiven is the story of Hill Gamble, small town police man, and his brother's widow, Kody Lawton. He's loved Kody since they were young. Kody has a chip on her shoulder the size of Alaska (bigger than Texas) and hasn't been very nice to Hill. She, unfairly, blames Hill for a lot and now she...
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Rookie: A BBW Instalove Romance (Lighting The Alpha’s Fire Book 3) by Kate Hunt
Rookie: A BBW Instalove Romance (Lighting The Alpha’s Fire Book 3)
by Kate Hunt
User review: This is a sweet, heartwarming story. The characters are likable and lovable. Sebastian, firefighter, baby whisperer and Eva, sister to Grace, the pregnant woman who is ready to have her baby. Sebastian hears them knocking at the firehouse in the middle of the night. He delivers the baby. He goes...
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Selected Poems of Robert Frost: Illustrated Edition by Robert Frost
Selected Poems of Robert Frost: Illustrated Edition
by Robert Frost
User review: Highly enjoyable. Have to admit more a fan of the shorter poems than long, but there are exceptions. Beautiful
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Irrepairable (Pinnacle Heirs Book 1) by LeTeisha Newton
Irrepairable (Pinnacle Heirs Book 1)
by LeTeisha Newton
User review: It was brutal. Some parts made me wanna rip my hair out. But good lord, I haven't read a dark romance novel as good as this. Some areas were too fast, I'll agree. But overall, I loved this book
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The Flimflam Affair (A Carpenter and Quincannon Mystery #7) by Bill Pronzini
The Flimflam Affair (A Carpenter and Quincannon Mystery #7)
by Bill Pronzini
User review: Another good one, although I believe the ones written by both of them are a little better.
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The Wreck by Landon Beach
The Wreck
by Landon Beach
User review: Coming in hot. Jack Carr look out. Landon's the next big deal for 2020. Put it down that I said it here first.
#keephutchalive
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You're Welcome, Universe by Whitney Gardner
You're Welcome, Universe
by Whitney Gardner
User review: In You’re Welcome Universe by Whitney Gardner, Julia deals with difficult issues that many adolescents experience. Themes of feeling misunderstood, expressing oneself in an authentic way, and managing relationships are present throughout the novel. This novel can enhance an adolescent’s literacy...
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Mercy by Michael Palmer
Mercy
by Michael Palmer
User review: Very exciting book! Very good medical mystery.
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Carter (The K9 Files #7) by Dale Mayer
Carter (The K9 Files #7)
by Dale Mayer
User review: When Carter investigates the disappearance of K9 Matzuka he never expected to end up looking at possible money laundering, embezzlement and murder. So much mystery and intrigue are in this fast paced and exciting story which I thoroughly enjoyed.

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Pretty by Jason   Collins
Pretty
by Jason Collins
User review: Oh my lord! Cole and Taylor drove me crazy and made me want to cheer for them by turns. Cole is straight, with the exception of his overwhelming attraction to Taylor. I liked that he didn’t beat himself up or deny his attraction to himself even if it took him a bit to be open about it. Taylor has...