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The Sisters Weiss

By Naomi Ragen - Published 2013

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The dichotomy between filial and religious duty and the desire for independence, freedom and self-expression may be a familiar theme, but Naomi Ragen’...Read Review

Is This Tomorrow

By Caroline Leavitt - Published 2013

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LiteraryThriller

Single mother Ava Lark is doing everything she can to raise her son alone. In the 1950s in Waltham, Massachusetts, a divorced Jewish ...Read Review

Sinners and the Sea: The Untold Story of Noah’s Wife

By Rebecca Kanner - Published 2013

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InspirationalRomance

In the vein of The Red Tent, which memorialized the little-known life of Jacob’s only daughter, Dinah, Sinners and the Sea purports ...Read Review

Following Tommy

By Bob Hartley - Published 2012

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Literary

Following Tommy is a slim but powerful atmospheric novel that propels the reader directly to the mean streets of 1960s Chicago. With a ...Read Review

The Prisoner of Heaven

By Carlos Ruiz Zafón - Published 2012

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Faithful readers of Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s The Shadow of the Wind and The Angel’s Game will be delighted to find ...Read Review

Something to Hold

By Katherine Schlick Noe - Published 2011

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Children/Young Adult

This absorbing children’s novel by Katherine Schlick Noe is based strongly on the author’s own experiences. Like Noe, eleven-year-old Kitty has ...Read Review

The Baker’s Daughter

By Sarah McCoy - Published 2012

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What does a 17-year-old German baker’s daughter during World War II have in common with the owner of a German bakery in ...Read Review

Arcadia

By Lauren Groff - Published 2012

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Literary

What is it really like to be raised in a commune, and what are the lifetime consequences? Those are the questions raised by ...Read Review

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