The Cold Millions by Jess Walter

The struggle between labor and management in the early twentieth century was a violent, passionate and lengthy. This is the story of two brothers desperately trying to find their path through the dangerous wilderness of murderers, zealots and immoral tycoons.
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The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

If you had the chance to re-live your life by making pivotal choices differently, would you? And would you be any happier? This look at what we do to create our lives for ourselves is sensitive and affecting.

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Cuyahoga by Pete Beatty

An American mythological tale along the lines of Paul Bunyan or Pecos Bill, this wild story of early Ohio life is peppered with politics, drinking, romance, fighting, bizarre characters and a cartload of humor.READ MORE

Snow by John Banville

The Irish countryside in winter, a murdered priest in the library, immoral goings on everywhere and a self-doubting detective make this an intriguing and engaging murder mystery with a unique flavor.

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