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Circling the Sun

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"NEW YORK TIMES" BESTSELLER Paula McLain is considered the new star of historical fiction, and for good reason. Fans of "The Paris Wife" will be captivated by "Circling the Sun, "which . . .

Kitchens of the Great Midwest

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A sweet and savory treat. "People" "An impressive feat of narrative jujitsu. . .

Fishbowl

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A goldfish named Ian is falling from the 27th-floor balcony on which his fishbowl sits. He's longed for adventure, so when the opportunity arises, he escapes from his bowl, clears the balcony railing and finds himself airborne. Plummeting toward the street below, Ian witnesses the lives of the Seville on Roxy residents. There's the handsome grad student, his girlfriend, and his mistress; the construction worker who feels trapped by a secret; the building's super who feels invisible and alone; the pregnant woman on bed rest who craves a forbidden ice cream sandwich; the shut-in for whom dirty talk, and quiche, are a way of life; and home-schooled Herman, a boy who thinks he can travel through time.

Armada

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Zack Lightman has spent his life dreaming. Dreaming that the real world could be a little more like the countless science-fiction books, movies, and videogames he's spent his life consuming. Dreaming that one day, some fantastic, world-altering event will shatter the monotony of his humdrum existence and whisk him off on some grand space-faring adventure. But hey, there's nothing wrong with a little escapism, right.

The Girl Who Slept with God

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"The Girl Who Slept with God"is full of passion and compassion. It treats its characters as people in a way few novels can" "allowing each of them to be fascinating, full-hearted, noble, confused, brave, fumbling, petty, right and wrong by turns, in a way that feels like life. " "Chad Harbach, author of "The Art of Fielding" Two young sisters one devout and undeniably pregnant, the other full of the devil left by their God-fearing parents in a remote farmhouse . .

You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)

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The Instant "New York Times" Bestseller--Featuring a Foreword by Joss Whedon "Felicia Day is a lot of fun, and so is her book. " --George R. R. Martin From online entertainment pioneer, actress, and "queen of the geeks" Felicia Day, "You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)" is a "relentlessly funny and surprisingly inspirational" (Forbes.

Barefoot to Avalon

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An Amazon Best Book of August 2015 In 2000, while moving his household from Vermont to North Carolina, author David Payne watched from his rearview mirror as his younger brother, George A. , driving behind him in a two-man convoy of rental trucks, lost control of his vehicle, fishtailed and flipped over in the road. David's life hit a downward spiral. From a cocktail hour indulgence, his drinking became a full-blown addiction.

Dragonfish

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Robert, an Oakland cop, still can't let go of Suzy, the enigmatic Vietnamese wife who left him two years ago. Now she's disappeared from her new husband, Sonny, a violent Vietnamese smuggler and gambler who's blackmailing Robert into finding her for him. As he pursues her through the sleek and seamy gambling dens of Las Vegas, shadowed by Sonny's sadistic son, "Junior," and assisted by unexpected and reluctant allies, Robert learns more about his ex-wife than he ever did during their marriage. He finds himself chasing the ghosts of her past, one that reaches back to a refugee camp in Malaysia after the fall of Saigon, as his investigation soon uncovers the existence of an elusive packet of her secret letters to someone she left behind long ago.

Orphan Number Eight

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A stunning debut novel of historical fiction set in the forgotten world of New York City's Jewish orphanages In 1919, four-year-old Rachel Rabinowitz is placed in the Hebrew Infant Home where Dr. Mildred Solomon is conducting medical research on the children. Dr. Solomon subjects Rachel to an experimental course of X-ray treatments that establish the doctor's reputation while risking the little girl's health.

Mrs. Sinclair's Suitcase

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A heartbreaking and deeply compelling debut, "Mrs. Sinclair's Suitcase" is a compulsive page-turner about thwarted love, dashed hopes, and family secrets book-club fiction at its best. Roberta, a lonely thirty-four-year-old bibliophile, works at The Old and New Bookshop in England. When she finds a letter inside her centenarian grandmother's battered old suitcase that hints at a dark secret, her understanding of her family's history is completely upturned.