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Posted by lsears on 06/19/16

Chicago is set sometime in the 1970’s when a young man moves in for his first job after college to work at a magazine. The city becomes a proving ground for him as a journalist in training. His apartment building neighbors are as diverse as the...
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The Weekenders

Posted by jdunc on 06/10/16

It isn’t summer without the newest beach read from Mary Kay Andrews. Her latest, The Weekenders, leans more toward mystery than light romance. Riley is a wealthy mother...
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The Nest

Posted by lbanovz on 06/04/16

Meet the spectacularly dysfunctional Plumb family. When Leo, the charming but wastrel eldest son, endangers his siblings’ chances of inheriting their share of the family trust (the titular “Nest” in question), all hell breaks loose. Because $2 million is a lot of money, even when split four ways. And the other Plumb children (artistic...

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