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EmmaInNight200

Who Are You Calling A Narcissist? Wendy Walker Names Names.

While seldom seen in the real world, Wendy Walker looks at five women in best selling books who fit the criteria of true narcissism.

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Alice

Working for the Queen of Spies: Kate Quinn and Stephanie Dray Discuss "The Alice Network"

The popular book club read that was inspired by a unique espionage group...

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Cesar Lozano

César Lozano: "Los tres libros que han cambiado mi vida"

César Lozano enumera tres libros muy importantes.

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Baldwin

Murder, Crazy Love, Madness: Rosecrans Baldwin on "The Last Kid Left"

The author of Paris, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down has written a novel inspired by a sensational 1930s true crime...

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Ninefox Gambit and Raven Stratagem

"Ninefox Gambit" and Gender and Sexuality in the Hexarchate

Award-winning author Yoon Ha Lee on his dystopian novel's view on gender identity--and it's not what you think.

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Kubika

A Conversation Between BA Paris and Mary Kubica

One of the fun things about this job is getting to spend time around authors. What always strikes me is that--no matter how much you've built them up in your head--they remain human beings. They walk, they talk, and they discuss writing with each other. We thought it would be...

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Robson

"Sink Into the Past": A Q&A with Pam Jenoff and Jennifer Robson About "Goodnight from London"

A budding journalist gets more than she bargained for when she takes a job in London on the eve of the Blitz...

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Essex

Challenging Misconceptions About Victorian Women: A Q&A With Jessica Shattuck & Sarah Perry About "The Essex Serpent"

Feeble, fainting, fragile women trapped in gilded cages? Think again...

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Humans_vs_nature650

A Survivalist's Literary Survival List

Writer/adventurer Brendan Leonard (The Great Outdoors: A User's Guide) provides an illustrated Cocktail Party Primer for some of the greatest adventure narratives, both fiction and nonfiction.

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Shakespeare

Shakespeare: Man, Myth, or Legend?

M.L. Rio, the author of the enthralling debut mystery, If We Were Villains, talks about "Uncle Bill"...

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