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All The Light We Cannot See

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All the Light We Cannot See - Anthony Doerr
Call Number: PS 3604 .O34 A77 2014
... the beautiful, stunningly ambitious instant New York Times bestseller about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.(Amazon)

 

Arsonist

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The Arsonist - Sue Miller
Call Number: PS 3563 .I421444 A89 2014
Subtle . . . Miller writes effectively about the tense underpinnings of a summer community . . . Full of Miller’s signature intelligence about people caught between moral responsibility and a hunger for self-realization.(New York Times)

 

Carsick

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Carsick - John Waters
Call Number: PN 1998.3 .W38 A3 2014
Fantastical and plush . . . Carsick becomes a portrait not just of America's desolate freeway nodes—though they are brilliantly evoked—but of American fame itself.(New York Times)

 

Hurricane Sisters

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The Hurricane Sisters - Dorothea Benton Frank
Call Number: PS 3556 .R3338 H87 2014
Take a trip down to the Carolina Low Country in Frank's (Sullivan's Island) latest novel, featuring three generations of women and their experiences with love, trust, and the unbreakable bond of family.(Library Journal)

 

Mr. Mercedes

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Mr. Mercedes - Stephen King
Call Number: PS 3561 .I483 M519 2014
Eight people are killed and 15 injured. Hodges immediately enlists two allies to help him find the killer, who so loved his little taste of death that he's planning to blow up thousands.(Library Journal)

 

Target

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The Target - David Baldacci
... crafted another terrific tale with two great protagonists. Just when the story line seems to veer into familiar areas, Baldacci steers it into another shocking direction. This is the best book yet in the series.(Associated Press)

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