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The Plan
by David Kaplan

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I enjoyed reading it, and most Cubs fans will. It does a good job detailing the rebuild the Ricketts family and Theo Epstein's regime needed to do on both the business and baseball sides of the Cubs. Kaplan is not a writer, and it shows. Also, I felt like he inserted quotes in some chapters for the sake of doing so. I would recommend "The Cubs Way" by Tom Verducci first.

Cat Of The Baskervilles
by Vicki Delany

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An engaging mystery that will be appreciated by aficionados of Sherlock Holmes.

The Line Becomes A River By Francisco Cantu
by Francisco Cantu

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This is a gripping and disturbing book to read. Cantu combines his personal story, a young Mexican American man raised by a single mother, with a description of what is happening at the US border with Mexico. Cantu discovers that patrolling the border brings him pain and stress in addition to understanding the land and people. Like Cantu, you will come to question the morality and effectiveness of US immigration policies.

Mr. Dickens and His Carol
by Samantha Silva

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Charming imagining of how Dickens came to write his most famous story.

Turbulence
by Stuart Woods

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Zips along as swiftly as the hurricane near the beginning of the book or the air-to-air missiles near the end.

Anything Is Possible Elizabeth Strout
by Elizabeth Strout

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Simply some of the finest writing. Although a bit disjointed, this novel of many characters, is a wonderful exploration of what it is to be a human being. All the joys, all the tragedies, all the missteps and regrets. The final story (chapter) was the most touching I've read in years. Tears.

Where My Body Ends And The World Begins
by Romano

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This book kept me guessing until the very end. It's s beautiful story about relationships, peppered with mystery, local history, and cultural idiosyncrasies.

The President Is Missing James Patterson/ Bill Clinton
by James Patterson Bill Clinton Book

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Great read; fast paced, believable scenario and satisfying conclusion.

State of Freedom
by Mukherjee, Neel

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Life for the very poor in India today. Nominated for Booker Prize.

The Color Of Water
by James Mcbride

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A MUST Read!!! Beautifully written; captures true feelings, both positive and negative. LOVED It!!!
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