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Meg Waite Clayton

Hmmm... Wondering how I can read and bike at the same time! Interesting list. I loved Jennifer Haigh's first two books, so am looking forward to this one.

Ti

I think this is a really good list. Lots of variety here. I read the excerpt of The Condition and I am really looking forward to it coming out.

Darlene

This is a really good list. I'm really looking forward to Jennifer Haigh's new book-I've read her others and also The Garden of Last Days by Andre Dubus-it sounds like it could be quite an emotional novel.

Julie P.

More books to add to the ever increasing TBR pile!!

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