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Need .Net control to display list including an image

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I have a .Net 4 Windows Forms project with Visual Studio 2010 using c#.

I have a form which allows users to enter criteria which will return a list of books which they can then select.  I want the returned list to be contain columns specifying the books name, author, and a small thumbnail.  The control will have an onclick event or similar for when the user selects which book they want.  What control is best suited for this?
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This looks perfect but seems to be for ASP.net.  Will it work with Windows Forms as well?
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sorry about that, . . I forgot to ask if it was for Windows or Web.
I haven't worked with Windows for a while so I'm not sure,
but I think the DataGridView might do it.
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