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“‘Baby Proof’ by Emily Giffin. It’s about this woman who got married thinking that they were not going to have children, but then the husband changed his mind and they get divorced.”

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“‘The American Civil War’ by John Keegan. I have read several of his books. … I wanted to know his perspective on the Civil War.”

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“‘Thirteen Reasons Why’ by Jay Asher. I think it really speaks to the things that young adults are interested in … especially high school girls.”

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“‘Murder in the White House’ by Margaret Truman. Her books have intrigue, and you think you may have (the mystery) figured out and then there’s a twist. … Plus she includes her background of familiarity with politics and Washington D.C.

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“‘Choke’ by Chuck Palahniuk. It’s about a guy who fakes choking in restaurants to get money so he can support his mom, who is senile.”


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