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  1. I Miss You When I Blink: Essays by Mary Laura Philpott

    “Mary Laura Philpott is relentlessly funny, self-effacing and charming as she tells the story of living as a triple-A-plus perfectionist. …

  2. The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz

    When a failed writer hears an amazing idea for a novel, he never imagines he’ll one day get the chance …

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  3. Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead

    Marian and Jamie are twins born in 1914 on a sinking ship, and their lives only get more exciting from …

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  4. Sex and Vanity by Kevin Kwan

    This modern take on the classic novel A Room with a View also follows a young woman named Lucie as she travels …

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    Justice and Mercy: a Post Civil War Mystery by Lea Wait

    The author, Lea Wait, died last year and was known for her cozy mysteries, though this one is an historical …

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