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Warhawk Book Talks – Nov. & Dec.

Ever wonder what your faculty or colleagues are reading? Here’s your chance to find out! Warhawk Book Talks is a series where professors, staff, and students at UW-W talk about their favorite books! John Kozlowicz, Ringside Seat Richard Harris, Redeployment … Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Truly Madly Guilty

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty PR9619.4.M67 T78 2016 Browsing Collection, Books, 2nd floor Australian Liane Moriarty’s recently released latest novel is about a barbecue and is also near the pinnacle of the New York Times Best Sellers list this … Continue reading

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Summer Reading – All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See is a wonderfully moving novel was 10 years in the making and was well worth the wait. Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Scott Westerfeld

Scott Westerfeld has written a lot of juvenile fiction, but his best, in my opinion is the steampunk Leviathan Trilogy (Leviathan, Behemoth, Goliath) Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Erin Celello

Summer Reading: Learning to Stay (Main Collection PS3603.E4 L43 2013) and Miracle Beach (Main Collection PS3603.E4 M57 2011) by Erin Celello Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Ann Garvin

Books by Ann Garvin for your summer reading pleasure. Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Vanessa Diffenbaugh’s two novels focus on love and upbringing. Continue reading

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Summer Reading – The Fireman

The Fireman is the latest thriller from speculative fiction author Joe Hill Continue reading

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Summer Reading – Zero K

Don Delillo’s latest science fiction work, Zero K, is his 16th novel. Continue reading

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Summer Reading – V. I. Warshawski Novels

Sara Paretsky, author of 17 V. I. Warshawski novels, is well-known in the mystery and detective genres for her hard-boiled female private investigator, a character type that has traditionally been male. Continue reading

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