Just One Look (by Harlan Coben)
Just one look is a suspense novel written by Harlan Coben in 2004. Like his usual style, the story hits the softest part of his heart. You just need to read a page and can’t stop it.
The Innocent (by Harlan Coben)
Matt Hunt could never forgot that terrible night.He tried to persuade him to fight, but became a murderer by mistake.
Tess of the D’Urbervilles (by Thomas Hardy)
Tess of the D’Urbervilles is a novel of the British writer Hardy, one of the Wessex series.
The Women of Brewster Place(by Gloria Naylor)
The Women of Brewster Place won the National Book Award, which started Gloria Neller’s brilliant career, and is now prefaced by Tayari Jones.
The Crucible (by Arthur Miller)
The Crucible was created by Arthur Miller on the basis of a “witch chasing case” that falsely accused hundreds of people in Salem, Massachusetts, North America in 1692.
The Color Purple (by Alice Walker)
The Color Purple was first published in 1982, it is the representative work of American writer Alice Walker. It became a best seller as soon as it was published, and won the Pulitzer Prize
The Silent Patient (by Alex Michaelides)
The Silent Patient is wiritten by Alex Michaelides, who combines Agatha Christie’s reasoning with excellent psychological knowledge to complete a unique work in the field of reasoning
Their Eyes Were Watching God (Harper Lee)
Their Eyes Were Watching God describes the life of Jenny, who fights against the shackles of traditional customs and strives for her right to be a human being.
To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee)
To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel published by American female writer Harper Lee in 1960.
Othello (William Shakespeare)
Othello is one of the four tragedies written by William Shakespeare, which was written in about 1603. This play was first performed in Whitehall Palace in London on November 1, 1604.