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cover art The devil's element : phosphorus and a world out of balance / Egan, Dan

cover art Remarkably bright creatures : a novel / Van Pelt, Shelby

cover art The land remembers : the story of a farm and its people / Logan, Ben

cover art Cold Sassy tree / Burns, Olive Ann

cover art The berry pickers : a novel / Peters, Amanda

cover art The adventures of Sherlock Holmes / Doyle, Arthur Conan

cover art Let the trumpet sound : the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. / Oates, Stephen B.

cover art The history and uncertain future of handwriting / Trubek, Anne

cover art The violin conspiracy / Slocumb, Brendan

cover art The pirate's wife : the remarkable true story of Sarah Kidd / Geanacopoulos, Daphne Palmer


Christmas at Thompson Hall : a mid-Victorian Christmas tale / Trollope, Anthony

cover art Plainsong / Haruf, Kent

cover art American ramble : a walk of memory and renewal / King, Neil, Jr.

cover art Code 6 : a novel / Grippando, James

cover art Empire Falls / Russo, Richard

cover art The sun also rises / Hemingway, Ernest

cover art O pioneers! / Cather, Willa

cover art Return to Wake Robin : one cabin in the heyday of Northwoods Resorts / Mamminga, Marnie O.

cover art The last bookshop in London : a novel of World War II / Martin, Madeline

cover art The call of the wild / London, Jack

cover art Here on Lake Hallie : in praise of barflies, fix-it guys, and other folks in our hometown / See, Patti

cover art Happiness is a choice you make : lessons from a year among the oldest old / Leland, John

cover art The family vault / MacLeod, Charlotte

cover art Small game : a novel / Braverman, Blair

cover art Under a veiled moon / Odden, Karen

cover art The accidental tourist / Tyler, Anne

cover art Notes of a native son / Baldwin, James

cover art Let me be frank : a book about women who dressed like men to do shit they weren't supposed to do / Dawson, Tracy

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