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Modern and Classic Literary Fiction

Sleeper's Castle by Barbara Erskine Modern Lovers by Emma Straub The Museum of You by Carys Bray The Swimming Pool by Louise Candlish Barkskins by Annie Proulx

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Crime Thriller and Suspense

I Found You by Lisa Jewell Underground Airlines by Ben H. Winters The Swimming Pool by Louise Candlish Blame by Simon Mayo A Quiet Life by Natasha Walter

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Biography / Autobiography

In Order to Live A North Korean Girl's Journey to Freedom by Yeonmi Park The First Day on the Somme by Martin Middlebrook Dear World, How Are You? by Toby Little First Day of the Somme The Complete Account of Britain's Worst-Ever Military Disaster by Andrew Macdonald Carrying Albert Home The Somewhat True Story of a Man, His Wife and Her Alligator by Homer Hickam

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Relationship Stories

I Found You by Lisa Jewell The Perfect Gift by Emma Hannigan Modern Lovers by Emma Straub The Swimming Pool by Louise Candlish Britt Marie Was Here by Fredrik Backman

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