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Susan Orlean, Haruki Murakami and Barbara Kingsolver are just a few of the authors with books coming out.
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May-Lee Chai’s “Useful Phrases for Immigrants” beat out more than 200 other books to be published by Blair.

  • Crystal Hana Kim
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Jason Feifer and Jennifer Miller wed in 2011; it took them a lot longer to take the plunge and write a novel together.

  • Bethanne Patrick
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The Georgia gubernatorial candidate talks about her alter ego, Selena Montgomery.

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Jeff Jackson’s artful, apocalyptic novel has an A side and a B side.

  • John Domini
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Ben Bradlee Jr. looks closely at one county in Pennsylvania to uncover voters’ choices.

  • Arlie Russell Hochschild
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Richard Rhodes traces the changes in our lives brought on by changing sources of energy.

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Jose Antonio Vargas, who went public about his illegal status, reveals what life is like now.

  • Mary C. Waters
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Hampton Sides paints a portrait of a general with traits not unlike a current president.

  • Blaine Harden
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Jane Leavy describes Ruth’s place in American cultural history.

  • Aram Goudsouzian
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“The Reckoning” brings us back to Clanton, Miss., where a war veteran shoots a popular minister

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