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Books to Discuss in BookBrowse's Book Club

  • Shadows of Berlin Jacket
    Shadows of Berlin:
    A Novel
    by David R. Gillham
    Sourcebooks
    Publishes: 04/19/2022
    Genre: Historical Fiction
    416 pages

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    About this Book
    A captivating novel of a Berlin girl on the run from the guilt of her past and the boy from Brooklyn who loves her.

    The discussion forum for this book will open on April 30, and will stay open for at least 6 weeks.

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Books to Read & Review for First Impressions

  • Dirt Creek Jacket
    Dirt Creek:
    A Novel
    by Hayley Scrivenor
    Flatiron Books
    Publishes: 08/02/2022
    Genre: Mysteries
    336 pages

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    About this Book
    In Hayley Scrivenor's Dirt Creek, a small-town debut mystery described as The Dry meets Everything I Never Told You, a girl goes missing and a community falls apart and comes together.

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