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A Man Called Ove
by Fredrik Backman
Ove is a curmudgeon - the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. But behind the cranky exterior there is a story and a sadness. One morning a chatty young couple with two chatty young daughters move in next door and accidentally flatten Ove's mailbox leading to a comical and heartwarming tale.

-Crystal

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I'd Tell You I love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You
by Ally Carter
As a sophomore at a secret spy school and the daughter of a former CIA operative, Cammie is sheltered from "normal teenage life" until she meets a local boy while on a class surveillance mission.

"At the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, students receive extra credit for breaking CIA  codes. This is a wonderful coming of age James Bond style adventure!" - Heidi

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The Circle Trilogy Black Red White
by Ted Dekker
Three novels. Two worlds. One Story. Enter an adrenaline-laced epic where dreams and reality collide.

"Beautiful looping trilogy full of surreal symbolism and powerful relationships." - Kaitlin

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Church of the Small Things: The Million Little Pieces That Make Up  a Life
by Melanie Shankle

The author celebrates, with her trademark stories and humor, the wonder of the many small moments in life that add up to make a big difference and ultimately shape the person we become.

"A celebration of life's little moments." - Kate

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River With No Bridge
by Karen Wills

When Nora Flanagan leaves Boston in 1882 to marry a miner in Butte, Montana, she anticipates achieving the respectability and security denied her as a tinker's daughter in Ireland. Instead, she experiences tragedy, disgrace, and redemption. In the course of her life, as Nora survives her daughter's death, relinquishes her son, homesteads in the wilderness, and raises a Blackfeet girl, she learns to cherish the beauty and healing power of nature surrounding the North Fork of the Flathead River.

"Immigrant story from Ireland. Very good historical fiction." - Linda

 


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