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Hardcover Fiction  
Norse Mythology
by: Neil Gaiman
The Underground Railroad
by: Colson Whitehead
Lincoln in the Bardo
by: George Saunders
A Gentleman in Moscow
by: Amor Towles
The Women in the Castle
by: Jessica Shattuck
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane
by: Lisa See
The Black Book
by: James Patterson
Mississippi Blood
by: Greg Iles
Exit West
by: Mohsin Hamid
Earthly Remains
by: Donna Leon
Hardcover Non-Fiction  
Hillbilly Elegy
by: J.D. Vance
Hallelujah Anyway
by: Anne Lamott
The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck
by: Mark Manson
The Book of Joy
by: The Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Old School
by: Bill O'Reilly, Bruce Feirstein
The Hidden Life of Trees
by: Peter Wohlleben
The Stranger in the Woods
by: Michael Finkel
South and West
by: Joan Didion
When Breath Becomes Air
by: Paul Kalanithi
Killing the Rising Sun
by: Bill O'Reilly, Martin Dugard
 

 

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