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  • You Can't Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain

    Comedian Phoebe Robinson explores race and feminism in a way that is a delight to read. A perfect blend of wit, pop culture references and personal anecdotes will have you laughing from start to finish. 


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  • The One-Eyed Man

    Wait for it...


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  • Dead Wake

    Erik Larson's interesting account of the sinking of the Lusitania explores the subtleties behind the event, although he is unable to answer the truly interesting question: why did so many people voluntarily embark on the voyage after Germany publicly warned they would sink the ship?


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  • The Camino

    500-mile trek across the mountains, valleys, cities, and towns of Spain; on foot!

    At the age of 60, Ms. MacLaine takes on this famous pilgrimage with the dedication of a dancer and a spiritual investigator.  A fascinating read for everyone.


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  • Born a Crime

    Daily Show host Trevor Noah shares his experience of growing up as the son of a white German father and an African mother, under the regime of apartheid in South Africa. As a mixed race child his very existence is a crime. Noah's memoir serves as an homage to the strength of a mother, who is determined to provided her son a better life. Noah's intellect and sense of humor bring his stories to life, giving the reader a unique insight into his life. A moving and entertaining read!   


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  • And Then There Were None

    I grew up on a steady diet of mystery novels, from the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew to Sherlock Holmes and everything in between. This is not only my favorite of Agatha Christie’s many works, but my absolute favorite mystery and even one of my favorite books period. A true masterpiece!


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  • Inkheart

    It’s every kid’s dream for their favorite book characters to come to life, but Inkheart explores how that might not be the best idea. A magical read for all ages, this was my favorite book growing up and still is now! Plus, it’s the first in a trilogy what more could you want?


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  • The Book That Matters Most

    The book club has each member choose the book that matters most. It is about childhood tragedy and personal loss, about resignation and hope. The last few chapters of the book are a total surprise, and catapult this novel into one of my favorites – compelling, complex, and delicious.


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  • The Hobbit
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  • The Nightingale

    I loved this one – wonderful characters, intense drama, the best of people, and the worst.


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