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'Tis the season for reading and receiving. Along with the books you're picking out for everyone else this holiday, remember to choose a good read or two for yourself.
Fantastic Fiction for Everyone
Tiny Love
by Larry Brown

The late Larry Brown built a devoted following that includes John Grisham and Tim McGraw with his gritty, compassionate stories. "Brown lived a life that proclaimed the power of writing your own dream.” —Garden & Gun

 
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The Darwin Affair
by Tim Mason


With a madman on the loose in Victorian London, this is edge-of-your-seat holiday reading! “Intellectually stimulating, viscerally exciting.” ─ Wall Street Journal
 
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The Lightest Object in the Universe
by Kimi Eisele


Cold Mountain meets Station Eleven in this smart post-apocalyptic novel about resilience and community. One of Real Simple's Best Books of 2019.
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Paperback Stocking Stuffers
The Current
by Tim Johnston

In the dead of winter, outside a small town in Minnesota, dangerous truths run deep in the latest thriller from Tim Johnston, the bestselling author of Descent. “Exquisitely suspenseful.” —The Washington Post

 
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Sugar Run
by Mesha Maren

One of 2019’s best books from a strong new voice, Mesha Maren’s novel tracks one woman’s gritty quest for a fresh start. "Startling . . . Brilliant."
The New York Times
 
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An American Marriage
by Tayari Jones


A New York Times bestseller recommended by Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama, and Bill Gates. Read, give, talk about this powerful novel.
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The Girl Who Drank the Moon
by Kelly Barnhill


Buy this gorgeous gift edition of the New York Times-bestselling Newbery Medal-winner for every child you know!
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For Young Adults (of any age)
In the Neighborhood of True
by Susan Kaplan Carlton

A powerful story of love, identity, and the price of speaking out. "It couldn’t be . . . more timely." ─ Jodi Picoult
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For Great & Mighty Kids
The Dark Lord Clementine
by Sarah Jean Horwitz


The new face of big evil is a little, well, small. Meet Clementine. "Clever, inventive." ─ The New York Times
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P.O. Box 2225
Chapel Hill, NC 27515

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