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  1. There are quite a few favorites. “Wingmen,” “At Swim, Two Boy,” “Almost History,” but most of all, the one I keep returning to in my thoughts, the love story in “Comfort and Joy,” by Jim Grimsley. It’s about the messy part of loving someone through good and bad, doubts, and turmoil. The skill he has with words put me into each scene as if I stood there with them. Then I just finished an old novel, by Patricia Nell Warren, and she blew me away (again) with her story, “The Fancy Dancer” of a rough and tumble Native American man and the Catholic priest he is drawn to. She creates living people who remain in your thoughts.

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