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The truth about dukes
The twelve dates of Christmas
One to watch : a novel
How to love a duke in ten days
My Highland rogue
Someone to romance
All Scot and bothered
First comes scandal : a Bridgertons prequel
Summer at the Comfort Food Café
The heir affair
Holding out for Christmas
An Appalachian summer
Gabhart, Ann H.
Not like the movies
To catch an earl
Bateman, K. C.
The boyfriend project
Something to talk about
Take a hint, Dani Brown : a novel
The virgin and the rogue
When you wish upon a rogue
The girl who reads on the métro
Ghosting : a love story
Last Tang standing
Recipe for persuasion : a novel
Summer at Firefly Beach
A duke by any other name
Family for beginners
Girl gone viral : a novel
Heiress for hire
The Umbrella Academy. Volume 3 : Hotel Oblivion
The Umbrella Academy. Volume 1 : Apocalypse suite
The Umbrella Academy. Volume 2 : Dallas
To all the boys I've loved before
Chilling adventures of Sabrina. Volume 1 : The crucible
The twelve days of Dash & Lily
P.S. I still love you
All the bright places
Let it snow : three holiday romances
The vampire diaries : the awakening and the struggle
Smith, L. J.
Th1rteen r3asons why : a novel
The perks of being a wallflower
Soul full of coal dust : a fight for breath and justice in Appalachia
Tortilla Flat : with an introduction by Thomas Fensch
Troop 6000 : how a group of homeless Girl Scouts inspired the world
Voices worth the listening : three women of Appalachia
Burton, Thomas G.
Invisible Americans : the tragic cost of child poverty
Welcome homeless : one man's journey of discovering the meaning of home
Hill women : finding family and a way forward in the Appalachian Mountains
The Public [videorecording (DVD)]
Hard times : an oral history of the Great Depression
Sold on a Monday : a novel
Squeezed : why our families can't afford America
On our street : our first talk about poverty
Ramp Hollow : the ordeal of Appalachia
Hillbilly elegy : a memoir of a family and culture in crisis
Vance, J. D.
A square meal : a culinary history of the Great Depression
City of Joy [videorecording (DVD)]
The lady in the van [videorecording (DVD)]
Nickel and dimed : on (not) getting by in America
Scarcity : why having too little means so much
The divide : American injustice in the age of the wealth gap
An invisible thread : the true story of an 11-year-old panhandler, a busy sales executive, and an unlikely meeting with destiny
Beasts of the southern wild [videorecording (DVD)]
Keep holding on
Rags and riches : kids in the time of Charles Dickens : a nonfiction companion to A ghost tale for Christmas time
Osborne, Mary Pope.
Dark days [videorecording (DVD)].
Grapes of wrath [videorecording (DVD)]
The American newsboy
No small thing
Beyond Goose Creek -- river of no return : daily life in rural America during the great depression
Keith, Preston J.
Vollmann, William T.
The working poor : invisible in America
Shipler, David K.
My Appalachia : a reminiscence
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