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Wicked ways [large print] by Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush
Murder at the Brightwell [large print] by Ashley Weaver
The body snatchers affair [large print]: a Carpenter and Quincannon mystery by Marcia Muller, Bill Pronzini
Joan of Arc: a history by Helen Castor
A complex fate: William L. Shirer and the American century by Ken Cuthbertson
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Being Nixon: a man divided by Evan Thomas
Behind the mask: the life of Vita Sackville-West by Matthew Dennison
American warlords: how Roosevelt's high command led America to victory in World War II by Jonathan W. Jordan
Potsdam: the end of World War II and the remaking of Europe by Michael Neiber
Waterloo: the aftermath by Paul O'Keeffe
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Death comes to Pemberley by P.D. James — It is 1803, six years since Elizabeth and Darcy embarked on their life together at Pemberley, Darcy's magnificent estate. Their peaceful, orderly world seems almost unassailable until a coach careens up the drive carrying Lydia, Elizabeth's disgraced sister, who stumbles out of the carriage, hysterical, shrieking that her husband Wickham has been murdered.
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Wilson [large print] by A. Scott Berg
My beloved world [large print] by Sonia Sotomayor
Shelter: a novel by Frances Greenslade — For sisters Maggie and Jenny growing up in the Pacific mountains in the early 1970s, life felt nearly perfect. But, not long after Maggie's tenth birthday, their father is killed in a logging accident. A few months later, their mother drops them at a neighbor's house, promising to return. She never does. Even as they struggle to understand how their mother could abandon them, they hope that she is fighting her way back to the daughters who adore her and who need her so desperately. Join us Thursday, July 9 at noon.
Calico Joe by John Grisham
The art of fielding: a novel by Chad Harbach
For love of the game: a novel by Michael Shaara
Blockade Billy by Stephen King
Summerland by Michael Chabon
Double play by Robert B. Parker
The Battle of Waterloo by Jeremy Black
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Waterloo: June 18, 1815: the battle for modern Europe by Andrew Roberts
Rites of peace: the fall of Napoleon & the Congress of Vienna by Adam Zamoyski