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November 17, 2016


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All of these books look really interesting. The "Terror in the City of Champions" sounds like my kind of book. I haven't heard of any of these, but I love books set in the Midwest!

Dominique King

"Terror" is a book that Tim found, and we both read it. It was pretty fascinating a bit unnerving. I like the books with a Midwest tie, and usually do several of these lists over the course of a year. I've a few more that I'll put up before Christmas...mostly political and a little music. Let me know if there are other books I should try and check out for future lists :)

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