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The Blossom Sisters
by Fern Michaels

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I really enjoyed this book. The grandmother was feisty and the aunts were hilarious; they refused to be ignored. It was a good read. I give it five stars.

Since We Fell
by Dennis Lehane

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Dennis Lehane keeps you guessing even after the first few pages. The story has quite a few twists and turns and turns out to be a page turner. Although I felt the ending left you wanting more, I would recommend this as a good "summer read".

Ride A Pale Horse
by Helen MacInnes

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I have read all of Ms. MaciInne's books previously, but I thought I would start over. If you enjoy espionage stories, then you will like these. Old fashioned spy and cold war stories. Excellent writing, Helen MacInnes really knows her stuff.

Now That I've Found You
by Bella Andre

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I loved reading the previous Sullivan series (both Seattle and San Francisco) and eagerly awaited the New York Sullivans. The author continued to deliver great storylines with Drake and Rosa's book. Without giving anything away, her ability to incorporate real world issues had me really thinking about the impact the Internet has on our world. Drake and Rosa related on a level of shared hurts from the past. Great read and looking forward to the next books in the series.

Fatal
by John Lescroart

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This is a light suspense and action story. All the charters are married with families. Kate's best friend warns her to stay clear of the man she is looking at with the lust in her eyes. He has no idea about her feelings. She can not help obsessing about a married man she just met.. She must have him and she did. One act of infidelity turns fatal. Two couples are on the edge. Who could have killed this man that every one only has good things to say about? Six months later a body washes up on the beach. and The killer is hiding in plain sight.

Return to Sender
by Fern Michaels

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I didn't care for the characters in this book. They were self-centered and they were not likeable. The story dragged on. I am only giving it one star.

The Radium Girls The Dark Story Of America's Shining Women
by Kate Moore

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Absolutely fascinating book. I usually read fiction, but this book was surprisingly good. A true story of women (girls actually) who worked in an industry where the bottom line (money) meant more to the owners than the health and welfare of the workers. The narrative was very well done and kept my interest throughout. I would recommend this book!

Peace from Broken Pieces
by Iyanla Vanzant

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This book was very good. I found it helpful and a "must read" for those who are experiencing the loss of a loved one. I give it four out of five stars.

Saga Vol. 7
by Brian K. Vaughan

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This is one of those graphic novels that suck you in. Saga is basically a soap opera set in space with all these different races clashing and coming together. To what end is the big mystery. But it all centers around this couple from different races and their hybrid daughter. In this intallstallment, the family and their friends are stranded on a comet while their ship refuels. There's a war on this comet that makes their position very precarious, and when their location is compromised, it results in a great loss for many. And true to form this volume ended in a cliffhanger that makes the next volume greatly anticipated.

Wishes Fulfilled
by Wayne W. Dyer

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This is one of Dr Dyer's best works -- good information -- it's life-changing! The author takes you on a journey of self-discovery through your imagination.
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