Scraped Knees by Kristine Brown

Poetry is a funny thing. It's kind of forced on us in school, and becomes something we love or hate, something that bores us to tears or moves us deeply. It's also something that, well, a lot of modern hipsters like to think they're poets, right? Poems are a lot like man-buns, lumberbeards, Mac laptops …

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Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham

Perhaps Grisham's best novels were the early ones, like The Firm or The Client, but his more recent ones still make the best seller lists, and hold their own. In this volume, rather than being about a good lawyer in bad circumstances, it's about the type of lawyer we love to hate. The kind that defends …

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Legally Blonde/Family Trust by Amanda Brown

I'm cheekily lumping these two books in together because they're kind of short, and often come in a one volume book. I happened to buy them together too. I'm also not usually a huge proponent of chick lit, but actually, I think the covers on these novels let them down in some respects. Yes, these …

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