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“John Scalzi’s ‘The Android’s Dream.’ It’s a futuristic sci-fi novel about a man searching for genetically engineered sheep to avoid an interspecies war with aliens.”

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The Long Goodbye,’ by Raymond Chandler. Like most of his stories, it kind of unfolds. The main character meets a man in a bar, one thing leads to another, and he ends up in search of a murderer.”

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She’s Come Undone,’ by Wally Lamb. It’s about a girl’s struggle with her self-image, weight issues and learning to be comfortable with herself.”

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Where’s the Mango Princess?,’ by Cathy Crimmins. It’s about a man with a traumatic brain injury, and he and his wife battling their HMO to get the care he needs.”

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The Evil that Men Do,’ by Stephen Michaud and Roy Hazelwood, who was an FBI profiler, and it’s a compilation of forensic cases that he worked on over the years.”


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