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SQL Shaped Recordset: Select two fields but resulting recordset shows them in one field

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Is it possible to use SQL to put two fields into one in the resulting recordset?

SELECT Book1, Book2 FROM myTABLE

but somehow Book1 and Book2 end up in another field (myBooks)?

I once read something about shaped recordsets - is this the sort of thing they can do?
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