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Inside of a Dog

Inside of a Dog

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What It Takes: The Way to the White House

What It Takes: The Way to the White House

The Expats by Chris Pavone; Edgar Award for Best First Novel, 2013

The Expats by Chris Pavone; Edgar Award for Best First Novel, 2013

After Phil, an ex-con farm owner, who occasionally makes illegal deliveries through the mountains, crosses paths with a relentless lawman, their chase through the hills of Washington State becomes even more complicated when Phil's criminal boss unleashes a hired killer to reclaim what's his.

After Phil, an ex-con farm owner, who occasionally makes illegal deliveries through the mountains, crosses paths with a relentless lawman, their chase through the hills of Washington State becomes even more complicated when Phil's criminal boss unleashes a hired killer to reclaim what's his.

This book was laugh-out-loud great.  Impossible to put down, snarky and sarcastic, with a contagious writing style.  Featured at this Year’s Book Expo America.  A must-read novel.

This book was laugh-out-loud great. Impossible to put down, snarky and sarcastic, with a contagious writing style. Featured at this Year’s Book Expo America. A must-read novel.

Got a terrific review, next on my list.

Got a terrific review, next on my list.

Spanning more than 20 years and two generations, "Tigers in Red Weather" is a richly crafted story in which the setting is as much a character as those who inhabit it. A longtime journalist for the New York Times and winner of Barnard College’s Howard M. Teichmann Prize for creative writing, Klaussmann has created an exquisite and evocative story of family secrets that leaves the reader exhausted, exhilarated and, in tiger fashion, roaring for more.

Spanning more than 20 years and two generations, "Tigers in Red Weather" is a richly crafted story in which the setting is as much a character as those who inhabit it. A longtime journalist for the New York Times and winner of Barnard College’s Howard M. Teichmann Prize for creative writing, Klaussmann has created an exquisite and evocative story of family secrets that leaves the reader exhausted, exhilarated and, in tiger fashion, roaring for more.

Pam - August 2014 - How It All Began by Penelope Lively

Pam - August 2014 - How It All Began by Penelope Lively

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