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Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix

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Not your ordinary vampire story! A neighbor inserts himself (after the death of his supposed aunt) into the lives of Southern women who have a book club. Their trust among friends and spouses gets tested when the neighbor lady suspects him of being a vampire. A fun read.

End of October by Lawrence Wright

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In light of what is happening in the world today, it may be a bit early in our war against a virus to be reading this novel. Did Wright have a terrible insight or were his publishers just waiting for the right time for this book? Uncanny!

Paladin by David Ignatius

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CIA boss sets Michael Dunne, a talented CIA hacker, up to infiltrate a dark web organization in Europe that produces fake news. Things go wrong and manufactured pictures ruin Dunne's life, both personal and professional. After a stint in jail there is only one road to take. REVENGE.  Good!