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Hailey, Elizabeth Forsythe
Woman of Independent
Means (A)

Haley, Alex
Roots

Hamilton, Jane
Disobedience
Map of the World (A)
Short History of a Prince (The)

Hardie, Kerry
Winter Marriage (A)

Haruf, Kent
Plainsong

Hayden Jr., Channing
Magdalenes

Hayes, Daniel
Tearjerker

Haynes, Melinda
Chalktown
Mother of Pearl

Hill, Justin
Drink and Dream Teahouse
   (The)

Hoag, Tami
Ashes to Ashes

Hyman Rubio, Gwyn
Icy Sparks

Inman, Robert
Captain Saturday
Dairy Queen Days

Irving, John
Cider Hose Rules (The)
Have You Heard
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Have you met Kinsey Millhone? She's the best p.i. in Santa Teresa. Sue Grafton has a whole series based on this quirky gal. A is for Alibi.
The lives of several interact in a rural Colorado town. Kent Haruf's remarkable novel reads like poetry. Plainsong was a finalist for the National Book Award.
Garcia-Roza, Luiz Alfredo
Window in Copacabana (A)

Geary, Nancy
Redemption

Gertler, Stephanie
Drifting
Puzzle Bark Tree (The)
Windmill (The)

Godwin, Gail
Evenings at Five

Goodman, Carol
Lake of Dead Languages (The)

Grafton, Sue
"A" is for Alibi
"B" is for Burglar
"C" is for Corpse
"D" is for Deadbeat
"E" is for Evidence
"F" is for Fugitive
"G" is for Gumshoe
"H" is for Homicide
"I" is for Innocent
"J" is for Judgment
Keziah Dane
"L" is for Lawless
"M" is for Malice
"O" is for Outlaw
"P" is for Peril
"Q" is for Quarry
"R" is for Ricochet

Grisham, John
Brethren (The)
Painted House (A)
Street Lawyer (The)
Summons (The)

Haig, Brian
Kingmaker (The)
Mortal Allies
Secret Sanction

Hailey, Arthur
Airport

Alex Haley's classic novel tracks one family from its beginnings in Africa through slavery and into the 20th century. Roots is a powerful tale that you won't forget.
A local weatherman's mid-life crisis proves to be the catalyst to bring his family back together in this Robert Inman novel. Captain Saturday is truly a sentimental favorite.