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    I See You
    by Clare Mackintosh

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    Clare MackIntosh has written a haunting thriller that has kept our readers at the edge of their seats - and up way too late into the night! See for yourself why I See You has ...

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    The Tube

    The world's first underground railway opened in London in 1863 between Paddington and Farringdon stations using steam engines to pull gas-lit wooden carriages along the almost four mile, 6 station, route. In its first twelve months, almost 10 million... Beyond the Book
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    Perfect Little World
    by Kevin Wilson

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    It might be the beginning of a tragic story: Izzy Poole falls in love with her mentally unstable high school art teacher. They have an affair, she becomes pregnant, and he ...

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    The Stanford Marshmallow Experiment

    In Perfect Little World, Dr. Preston Grind and his team of researchers conduct the 'Marshmallow Experiment' on the children living at the Infinite Family Project. A marshmallow is placed before a child and he/she has a choice: eat it right away, or ... Beyond the Book
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    by Min Jin Lee

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    Pachinko has one of the best opening lines I've encountered in some time: "History has failed us, but no matter." It's an unexpectedly cynical start to a historical novel, ...

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    'If you are a rich Korean, there's a pachinko parlor in your background somewhere,' Min Jin Lee writes in her novel Pachinko. Several of her Korean characters end up working in pachinko parlors, despite their differing levels of education ... Beyond the Book
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    The Summer Before the War
    by Helen Simonson

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    Set on the cusp of World War I, The Summer Before the War exudes strength and spirit as a small town attempts to assimilate its age-old rules of class and etiquette with the ...

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    The Town of Rye

    The charming town of Rye rests in the county of East Sussex near England's south coast. Rye's recorded history can be traced back to before the Norman Conquest of 1066. For many centuries it was an important port town set in a naturally formed bay. ... Beyond the Book

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    I See You
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    From the New York Times bestselling author of Bittersweet comes a novel of suspense and passion about a terrible mistake that changed a family forever.

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