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The Crossover;
He Said, She Said
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David Baldacci
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Memory Man
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Emily St. John Mandel
Station Eleven;
The Singer’s Gun
 
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Reed Farrel Coleman
Moe Prager series;
Robert B. Parker’s
Jesse Stone series
  Oliver Jeffers
Oliver Jeffers
This Moose Belongs to Me;
The Day the Crayons Quit
  Caroline Leavitt
Caroline Leavitt
Is This Tomorrow;
Pictures of You
 
  Susan Shapiro
Susan Shapiro
Lighting Up;
Only as Good as Your Word
  Kim van Alkemade
Kim van Alkemade
Orphan Number Eight
  Vincent Zandri
Vincent Zandri
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Moonlight Weeps
 
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