1. Career of Evil, by Robert Galbraith
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    The third in the private detective Cormoran Strike series, and my second favorite. (I didn't love book two.) I love how Galbraith (pseudonym of JK Rowling) keeps the reader guessing with clues that could apply to any suspect.
  2. Modern Romance, by Aziz Ansari
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    Interesting and amusing. No help at all with Internet dating.
  3. Landline, by Rainbow Rowell
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    Good but not great. Maybe because I couldn't really identify with the main character?
  4. Dead Wake, by Erik Larson
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    Devil in the White City is still my favorite of his books, but I enjoyed this one. I love how Larson can take know history and make non-fiction interesting by telling it like a story.
  5. Big Little Lies, by Liane Moriarty
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    A selection by my book club, outside my "usual" reading list. I thought the characters tended towards stereotypes, and the story was fairly predictable, but it was good for book club discussion. I think Reese Witherspoon is making this book into a movie (that I'll probably skip).