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The Gifted School
by Bruce Holsinger

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I read an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book. It reminds me of Big Little Lies. A small, wealthy community with a lot of drama and competition among their children. Alternates perspective between the children and the parents, but each character has their own voice so it doesn't really blend together or get confusing which sometimes happens with so many characters

An Irish Country Doctor
by Patrick Taylor

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You have got to read this book. It is the story of a newly appointed doctor who joins the practice of older, crotchety doctor, in Ulster Province, Northern Island, Dr. Fingal Flahertie O’Reilly. While at first the new doctor, Barry Laferty, judges O’Reilly to be totally incompetent and foolish, he comes to understand that the older man is both compassionate and effective. The book takes you through myriad characters, all of whom are kindly portrayed by stories and sayings. All, that is, except the Councillor, Mr. Bishop, who is powerful and cruel. Interesting sayings pepper the book with humor and imagination. Take the words of the doctor’s cook and house keeper, Kinky, Mrs. Kincaid. After seeing a James Bond movie, or as she names it, a “double-oh-seven film,” she remarks saucily. “I’d not mind having that Sean Connery’s slippers under my bed, so.” Happy endings due to the cleverness of Dr. O’Reilly leave you smiling.

I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings
by Maya Angelou

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I like this book because I enjoy all of Maya Angelou's books. It talks about her life from a little girl through college, dancing, acting to writing poems and books. Very interesting read for all adults.

Heart Of The Hustle
by A’zayler

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Loved it!! Absolutely amazing !!!! II just couldn't put the book down. I read it in one day. I will look for more books by this writer.

Letters to Juliet: Celebrating Shakespeare's Greatest Heroine, The...: Celebrating Shakespeare's Greatest Heroine, the Magical City of Verona, and the
by Lisa Freeman

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I like this book because it tells you that true love is there for everyone at any age. It is a story of a writer and her boyfriend who go to Italy on a romantic vacation.

The Silk Roads: A New History of the World
by Peter Frankopan

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It is a new view on the way we look at the world now not the way we learn in school or college. He writes with understanding memorable detail on events, their different cultures and the social economics.

Little Black Dress
by James Patterson

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I like this book because it was different from his other books of mystery and murder. This book is for older adults and it involved a magazine editor who is tired of spending her nights at home alone and decides to buy a black dress and go out on the town. After, nothing is the same again.

Educated A Memoir
by Tara Westover

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I told so many people about this book and the strange ordeal that Tara went through to get to where she is today. I had a really hard time grappling with her family but found that she laid out the relationship quite neatly for such a traumatic situation. I would be curious to read about her life now.

Alex Cross
by James Patterson

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I like this book because it had action and intrigue. In the book, Alex Cross, a homicide detective and psychologist investigate a murder case which involved a serial killer. This book keeps you entertained to the last page. You must read if you enjoy action, thrillers and suspense.

Little Fires Everywhere
by Celeste Ng

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The author uses her hometown of Shaker Heights as the backdrop for this novel comparing the well established Richardson family and Mia Warren and her teenage daughter Pearl who rent the Richardson's bungalow. The similarities and differences between these two families are revealed as well as family secrets. Shaker Heights a bit too Stepford Wives for me but way story transpires kept my interest.

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