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China Rich Girlfriend (2nd in series, Recommended)

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China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan.

Self-indulgent shenanigans, noodles and jewels, but drama makes surprise appearance.

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The Fox (Recommended)

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The Fox by Frederick Forsyth.

Chill, not thrill. Episodic spec-ops, but nails geopolitics of cyberwarfare.

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The Death of Truth

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The Death of Truth by Michiko Kakutani.

Indisputable, erudite, annotated observations offer nothing new. An excellent soporific.

Note: It does, however, boast an excellent cover design.

 

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The Appeal

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The Appeal by John Grisham.
How to buy a state supreme judge. Hopeless, blow-by-blow downer.

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The Day The World Came To Town (Non-Fiction, Recommended)

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The Day The World Came To Town by Jim DeFede.

Stories of extraordinary kindness creating family of extraordinarily diverse strangers

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Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine (Highly Recommended)

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Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman.

Hilariously over-confident, socially inept, hopeful young woman with horrible past.

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Outlander (Recommended)

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Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

So much sex and brutality. Romance, history and implausible survival.

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