Now It’s Your Turn-Summer 2011
Reading Suggestions from CPL Staff


* All my life: A memoir by Susan Lucci
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Anatomy of a disappearance by Hisham Matar
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Art of fielding by Chad Harbach
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Astral by Kate Christensen
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Before I go to sleep by S. J. Watson
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Best-staged plans by Claire Cook
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Black Mass: The true story of an unholy alliance between the FBI and the Irish Mob by Dick Lehr, Gerard O’Neill
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Blood, bones and butter by Gabrielle Hamilton
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Borrower by Rebecca Makkai
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Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brooks
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Coffins of little hope by Timothy Shaffert
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Coming Unglued: Six stories about things falling apart by Peter M. Barlow
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Devil's Plaything, by Matt Richtel
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Dry grass of August by Jean Mayhew
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Emily alone by Stewart O'Nan
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Everybody smokes in hell by John Ridley
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Faith by Jennifer Haigh
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Girl with the dragon tattoo by Stieg Larsson
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Katie up and down the hall by Glenn Plaskin
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Lady blue eyes: My life with Frank by Barbara Sinatra
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Life, on the Line: A chef's story of chasing greatness, facing death, and redefining the way we eat by Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas.
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Other side of dark by Sarah Smith *
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Poser: My Life in Twenty-three Yoga Poses by Claire Dederer
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Red garden by Alice Hoffman
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Ship made of paper by Scott Spencer
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Silver sparrow by Tayari Jones
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Sisters brothers by Patrick DeWitt
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South of superior by Ellen Airgood
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State of wonder by Ann Patchett
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Storm at the door by Stephen Merrill Block
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Story of a beautiful girl by Rachel Simon
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Ten thousand saints by Eleanor Henderson
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The family Fang by Kevin Wilson
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The fiddler in the subway: The story of the world-class violinist who played for handouts. . . And other virtuoso performances by America's foremost feature writer by Gene Weingarten
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The snowman by Jo Nesbo
* Two deaths of Daniel Hayes by Marcus Sakey
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Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand
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Weird sisters by Eleanor Brown
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What Alice forgot by Liane Moriarty
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Wish you were here by Stewart O'Nan
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Young Fredle by Cynthia Voigt

Questions, comments* Contact Becky Herrmann, Library Director - bherrmann@mvlc.org or 978-256-5521, x 101