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  1. Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart

    WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZENEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFINALIST FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD I only caught a part of the author’s …

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  2. All the Devils are Here (Chief Inspector Gamache Series #16) by Louise Penny

    Even though this is the 16th book in a series, you don’t need to have read the previous books to …

  3. A Most Beautiful Thing : The True Story of America’s First All-Black High School Rowing Team by Arshay Cooper

    This is the inspiring true story about the most unlikely band of brothers that form a family, and forever change a …

  4. Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi

    Gifty is a PhD candidate in neuroscience at Stanford. She studies addiction and depression in mice, but both exist in …

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  5. The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See

    “With strong female characters, author See deftly confronts the changing role of minority women, majority-minority relations, East-West adoption, and the …

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