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Nelson DeMille, author of Death Benefits recommends

12.21 - Dustin Thomason


Dustin Thomason

“The pefect read for everyone who believes the world will end, as per the Mayan calendar, on 12/21/12.”

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Linwood Barclay, author of Trust Your Eyes recommends

Rober B. Parker's Lullaby - Ace Atkins

Robert B. Parker's Lullaby

Ace Atkins

“Atkins achieves the impossible in continuing the Spenser series created by the late Robert B. Parker, giving us one of the best Spenser thrillers in years. He captures Parker's voice, his humor, and most of all, his heart.”

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Susan Mallery, author of All Summer Long recommends

Rainshadow Road - Lisa Kleypas

Rainshadow Road

Lisa Kleypas

“A charming contemporary romance with the softest whiff of magic, Rainshadow Road is a book to sink into on a drizzly day. After glass artist Lucy Marinn is figuratively shattered by the betrayal of her fiancé, she breaks her leg in a minor accident and lands in the home of sexy-geeky Sam Nolan to recuperate. Passionate and whimsical and deeply affecting, Rainshadow Road is one of my favorite books of the year so far!”

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Megan Hart, author of Dirty recommends

Captivated - Lauren Dane


Lauren Dane

“I love sf/futuristic stories and Lauren's Phantom Corps series is awesome. Amazing world-building and deliciously damaged but redeemable characters, this book hit my sweet spot. ”

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Gretchen Rubin, author of Happier at Home recommends

Drop Dead Healthy - A.J. Jacobs

Drop Dead Healthy

A.J. Jacobs

“I’ll read anything that the brilliant A.J. Jacobs writes, and this account of the year he spent trying to get healthy—doing everything from the sensible to the absurd—had me laughing out loud and also persuaded me to adopt some better habits.”

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Gretchen Rubin also recommends
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    By Susan Cain

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    Thinking Fast and Slow

    By Daniel Kahneman

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  • Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?
    Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?

    By Mindy Kaling

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  • Willpower

    By Roy F. Baumeister & John Tierney

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Teen Reads

Amanda Hocking, author of Wake recommends

The Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman

The Graveyard Book

Neil Gaiman

“This might be a tad young for YA, but it makes up for it by being both dark and awesome, and I'm sure a person of any age will enjoy it. I just finished reading it a couple weeks ago, and it's probably one of the best books I've read in awhile.”

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