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    Your Picks for the Best Books of 2013?

    It’s time that everybody in the world of books weighs in with a Best of 2013 list. You’ve probably seen some of the heavyweights like

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    The New York Times 10 Best Books of 2013

    The Washington Post Top Ten Books of the Year

    Amazon Editors’ Top 20 Picks for Best Books of 2013

    NPR Guide to 2013’s Great Reads

    Or if you want to see what other readers want you can check out Goodreads Choice Awards 2013 which give you reader favorites by category. If you want look at some less well known books you might be interested in Galley Cat’s What Are the Most Overlooked Books of 2013? You can even find very specialized categories of bests like Family History Daily & Top Family History Reads To Inform and Inspire.

    Now it’s your turn. Leave a comment regarding the books you think belong on the year’s best list.

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    Reader Comments (2)

    The Battle of Bunker Hill is of interest to those with Colonial ancestors and anyone interested in the Revolutionary War. Philbrick is very detailed, offering a step-by-step description of events--and personalities-- leading to the total breach between colonies and Mother England.

    Dec 24, 2013 at 5:53AM | Unregistered CommenterPhilbrick, Nathaniel

    Thanks for the heads up Nathaniel! I have seen your book in the bookstore and have been planning to read it. This will be the impetus to pick it up.

    Dec 28, 2013 at 7:52PM | Registered CommenterNan Barnes

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