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Hey bookies,

Check out the options below and pick your favorite by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, March 13. Come back on March 14 to find out which book took the top spot. After that, we'll be hosting an ongoing discussion on Twitter about the winning book, where we encourage you to post your thoughts with #RSbookclub, the official book club hash tag.

A note to readers: This will be the last month of the No-Obligation Book Club. We thank you for your participation and ask you to join us as we continue to bring you the latest reviews, author interviews, and our top book picks. Follow along here.

A Doubter’s Almanac

by Ethan Canin

Milo Andret grew up a loner. He had a fascination with mathematics and the woods but had very little faith in himself. It wasn’t until he was accepted to U.C. Berkley in the 70s when things begin to shift and the unusual young man became a mathematical legend. But, will a burgeoning addiction cause him to throw it all away? This truly coming-of-age novel will move you.

To buy: $17, amazon.

The Friends We Keep

by Susan Mallery

This is the story of three close friends on the brink of major life change. Gabby is returning to work after the birth of twins, Hayley, who’s desperate to be a mother, is trying fertility treatments and Nicole is attempting dating after divorce. The only constant in their lives is each other and perhaps that’s the most important.

To buy: $11, amazon.

The Girl in the Red Coat

by Kate Hamer

Beth’s horrifying fear of her young daughter disappearing becomes a reality during a trip to an outdoor festival. The authorities have little faith in recovering 8-year-old Carmel but that doesn’t stop Beth. This page-turner will shock you as it switches between a grief-stricken mother’s point of view and her 8-year-old’s strange journey over the course of five years.

To buy: $18, amazon.

Wreck and Order

by Hannah Tennant-Moore

Elsie is stuck…and the only way out is a life-altering change. She travels to Paris and Sri Lanka (thanks to an inheritance) to escape an abusive boyfriend and dead end newspaper job hoping to find out all of the answers. She meets a couple characters that cause her to take inventory of her life but in the end she finds that what she was searching for was always within.

To buy: $17, amazon.