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calendarFeb 01   issueIssue 002
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The Great Alone

By Kristin Hannah
Alaska, 1974.
Unpredictable. Unforgiving. Untamed.
For a family in crisis, the ultimate test of survival.
The Great Alone is a daring, beautiful, stay-up-all-night audiobook                                                              about love and loss, the fight for survival, and the wildness that lives                                                          in  both man and nature.


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Night Moves

Jonathan Kellerman

  
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Poison

John Lescroart

  
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Raspberry Danish Murder 

Joanne Fluke

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The Atomic City Girls

Janet Beard
 

  
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Between Friends

Debbie Macomber
 

  
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Death of an Honest Man

M.C. Beaton

  
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Down the River Unto the Sea, by Walter Mosley

King, the hero, must beat dirty cops and dirtier banders, craven lawers, and above all keep his daughter far from the underworld in which he works. All the while, two lives hang in the balance: King's clients, and King's own.

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Fifty Fifty

James Patterson & Candice Fox

  
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Shallow Grave

Karen Harper
 

  
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Up in Flames

         Heather Graham                      

  
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Unbound

Stuart Woods
 

  
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Wallis in Love

Andrew Morton
 

  
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Words from the Heart

Kathleen Fuller

  
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Red Sparrow

Jason Matthews

  
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Sunburn

Laura Lippman

  
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Surprise Me

Sophie Kinsella
  
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The Bookworm, by Mitch Silver

Why did Hitler choose not to invade England when he had the chance?  Larissa Mendelova Klimt, "Lara the Bookworm," learns the signifigance of six musty Dictaphone cylinders recorded after D-day by Noel Coward, British agent, in this thriller which explores the past through the present.