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The Almost Moon by Alice Sebold is the story of murder, mental illness, and a severely dysfunctional family.
Before You Know Kindness by Chris Bohjalian is a drama about an extended family's strange relationships and how they try to make peace after a horrific accident.
Burning Bright by Tracy Chevalier encompasses a young boy's journey towards adult hood in turn of the century London while the revolution builds in France and tension mounts over supporting or not supporting the King.
The Choice by Nicholas Sparks is the saga of Travis and Gabby from the fateful day they meet through the tragedy that strikes their adult lives.
The City of Falling Angels by John Berendt tells an intriguing tale full of arson, back-stabbing, sneaky maneuvers, and possible murder on the small island of Venice.
Comfort Food by Kate Jacobs is a strikingly funny tale of reality TV at it's worst and true love, both the romantic and the friendship kind, at it's best.
The Debs by Susan McBride is a YA novel that gets right to the heart of what being a girl in today's society is truly all about.
Devil in the White City by Erik Larson is a true story about the Great Chicago World Fair of 1893, incorporating the stories of architect Daniel Burnham and serial killer H.H. Holmes together.
Drowning Ruth by Christina Schwarz is a story about sisters, mothers, and daughters set against the backdrop of rural Wisconsin.
Forced Mate by Rowena Cherry combines romance and alien abduction in a witty world where the males rule the day - or so they think!
Forgive Me by Amanda Eyre Ward is a unique look at South Africa and Apartheid through the life story of a confused journalist.
Freezer Burn by D.H. Dublin tells a gruesome story of gang wars, father-son relationships, and how far we will go to take revenge.
The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs is the heartwarming and deeply saddening tale of female bonding around the shared passion of knitting.
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls is a heartbreaking memoir of a young girl's struggle to overcome her extremely dysfunctional childhood with alcoholic parents.
Gods in Alabama by Joshilyn Jackson is a homecoming story about a girl who returns to her hometown of Possett to bury her past once and for all.
House of Sand and Fog by Andre Dubus III is a gripping drama about the lives of two very different people and their desperate attempt to claim the same home for themselves.
In Firm Pursuit by Pamela Samuels Young weaves an intricate tale of murder, deceit, and ambition where few lives will stay unchanged.
The Last Summer (of You & Me) by Ann Brashares is a coming of age story of three very different friends and the seemingly unrequited love two of them share.
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold is a heartbreaking story of a young girl who is raped, murdered, and goes to heaven while watching her family fall apart in her absence.
Matrimony by Joshua Henkin is the saga of Julian, Mia, and Carter as they travel from young adults through middle age.
The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards is the story of a family that is broken apart by the birth of fraternal twins, one with Down Syndrome whom the father gives away without the mother's consent.
The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory is an intricate look at the scandalous English court, the beginnings of divorce in England, and the public beheadings of royalty which still shock today's reader.
Paris Bound by David James is a desperate story about two lovers with very different agendas on the road to Paris.
The Reincarnationist by M.J. Rose is a gripping tale of a man who experiences past lives and his quest to find out what it all means.
Ripples on the Lake by Dawn Rotarangi is an action-packed paranormal adventure about an unsettled score between an ancient God and young woman.
shoe addicts Anonymous by Beth Harbison is an outrageous story about real women with real problems who turn their love for shoes into a secure future for themselves.
Some Nerve by Jane Heller is the story of one woman's fall from grace in the very high-profile, high-stress world of Hollywood.
The Thief Taker by Janet Gleeson is a good, clean "whodunit" mystery set in eighteenth-century London.
Veil of Roses by Laura Fitzgerald is about a girl from Iran whose parents give her a chance to get out of her homeland which is extremely oppressive to women to make a new, better life for herself.
What the Dead Know by Laura Lippman tells the story of Heather and Sunny Bethany, abducted without a trace from a shopping mall in 1975.
Who Killed My Daughter? by Lois Duncan is the sad story of Kaitlyn Arquette's brutal murder-execution style and her mother Lois's quest to find her killers.
The Woods by Harlan Coben is an intriguing tale of murder, deceit, and how far a parent will go to save their child.
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