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"The Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy: Or Everything Your Doctor Won't Tell You by Vicki Iovine. Written by a women, it is about pregnancy from a woman's perspective."
Teri Brinkman, Athletics
"Citizen Soldier by Stephen Ambrose. It was a fantastic book that represents a soldier's view of World War II from D-Day to the end of the war."
Captain David Jewel, Military Science
"I know this won't impress my colleagues, but Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4)."
Jim Leavell, Asian Studies, History
"Co. Aytch: A Confederate's Memoir of the Civil War by Sam R. Watkins. This was a compelling narrative by a common Confederate soldier."
Howard Porter, Financial Services
"Left Behind by Tim F. Lahaye, Jerry B. Jenkins. It's a great fiction book about the apocalypse and what happens to the people that don't make it to heaven."
Maggie Strickland, Financial Services