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Maureen Corrigan's Favorite Books Of 2019: Here Are 10 Unputdownable Reads

This year's list is a mix of literary fiction, true crime, memoirs and essays, from acclaimed authors as well as some brand new voices — and you won't be able to put any of them down.

Dr. BJ Miller's new project, the Center for Dying and Living, is a website designed for people to share their stories related to living with illness, disability or loss, or their stories of caring for someone with those conditions. Simon & Schuster hide caption

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After A Freak Accident, A Doctor Finds Insight Into 'Living Life And Facing Death'

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It's Not Safe Naomi Moon Siegel
Peacocks The Mountain Goats
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Finnish Waltz Paul Austerlitz
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen George Shearing
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