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From the FBF Library! Sisterland by Curtis Sittenfeld

Funny, haunting, and thought-provoking, this week’s FBF Library read is a beautifully written novel of the obligation we have toward others, and the responsibility we take for ourselves. With her deep empathy, keen wisdom, and unerring talent for finding the extraordinary moments in our everyday lives, New York Times bestseller, Curtis Sittenfeld is one of the most exceptional voices in literary fiction today.

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Closer Home by Kerry Anne King

“Closer Home is a story as memorable and meaningful as your favorite song, with a cast of characters so true-to-life you’ll be sorry to let them go.” —Sonja Yoerg, author of House Broken and Middle of Somewhere

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The Wedding Sisters by Jamie Brenner

What happens when every mother’s dream becomes a nightmare? Meryl Becker is thrilled when her oldest daughter becomes engaged to her wonderful boyfriend. But when her two daughters quickly follow with engagements of their own, planning three weddings becomes a logistical and financial strain that threatens the stability of her own marriage…

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