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Hardcover

1Not Afraid of Flavor, by Ben and Karen Barker (UNC Press, $29.95). Owners and chefs of Durham's award-winning Magnolia Grill restaurant share recipes.

2Prodigal Summer, by Barbara Kingsolver (HarperCollins, $26). Three stories and their characters come to terms with nature in three different ways.

3Roses Are Red, by James Patterson (Little Brown, $26.95). In this sixth book of Patterson's Alex Cross detective series, Cross attempts to nab a murderous bank robber.

4American Places: Encounters with History, edited by William Leuchtenburg and Sheldon Meyer (Oxford University Press, $30). Historians discuss the importance of several historic sites throughout the United States.

5Carolina Preserves, by William Mangum (Carey-Mangum Gallery, $95). A collection of watercolors by Mangum and commentary by famous North Carolinians.

Paperback

1The Congressional Experience, by David Eugene Price (Westview Press, $26). Congressman Price shares his experiences working in the U.S. House of Representatives.

2Plainsong, by Kent Haruf (Vintage, $13). A group of small-town Colorado inhabitants begin to see things in a different light when a new schoolteacher comes to town.

3In Helen's Kitchen, by Helen Whiting (Regulator Bookshop, $17.95). A former food columnist shares her love of food and her cooking secrets.

4Family Gathering, by Fred Chappell (LSU Press, $14.95). A collection of poems by North Carolina's poet laureate.

5Galileo's Daughter, by Dava Sobel (Penguin, $14). Sobel compiles a series of letters sent between the scientist and his illegitimate daughter, Sister Maria Celeste.

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