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The French Girl

The French Girl A novel by Lexie Elliott With the days getting shorter and colder weather closing in, I found myself in the mood for a good, suspenseful read. Luckily for me, our library has quite the selection of books that fit the bill, and the one I chose, The French Girl, did not disappoint. From the website of the publisher, Penguin/Random House: ““I Know What You Did Last Summer meets the French...

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In Some Other World, Maybe

Although we all know that we're not to judge a book by it's cover, occasionally there is an exception to the rule. This was reinforced recently when a fellow staff member and I both found ourselves reaching for the exact same book among the rows and rows of books available at our library. Although there was no captivating photo or intriguing graphic on the cover, something about the title and the font used...

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The Life Lucy Knew

Imagine waking up in the hospital and you have no idea how you got there. Then imagine that your parents are there, and a friend from work, but not your husband. You check your ring finger, no ring. Your life, as you know it, or as you think you know it, is about to be turned upside down. I've just finished reading "The Life Lucy Knew" by Karma Brown, which I've found to be incredibly thought-provoking. Here...

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