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“The Bronzed Beast,” A conversation with author Roshani Chokshi

In “The Gilded Wolves,” Roshani Chokshi dazzles us with the final riveting tale as full of mystery and danger.

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N. West Moss, “Flesh & Blood: Reflections on Infertility, Family and Creating a Bountiful Life”

N. West Moss’s remarkable memoir breaks the silence about infertility and will resonate with millions of women.

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One on One with Douglas Wolk, Author, All Of The Marvels

All Of The Marvels: A Journey to the Ends of the Biggest Story Ever Told by Author Douglas Wolk, is explored with University of Oregon Professor, Ben Saunders

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Bessie Smith: A Poet’s Biography of a Blues Legend

Scotland’s National Poet blends poetry, prose, fiction, and nonfiction to create an entirely unique biography of the Empress of the Blues.

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Zoologist & Author Bill Schutt’s Newest Book “Pump: A Natural History of the Heart”

Zoologist & Author Bill Schutt discusses the fascinating history of the heart in his newest book, “Pump: A Natural History of the Heart” with Rod Milam.

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The Last Legacy, A Conversation with Adrienne Young

New York Times bestselling author Adrienne Young returns with The Last Legacy, A new adventure in the world of Fable.

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Egg Marks the Spot, a Conversation with Amy Timberlake

When roommates Skunk and Badger head out on a rock-finding expedition, they find surprises behind every boulder.

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The Last Million: Europe’s Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War

From bestselling author David Nasaw, a sweeping new history of the one million refugees left behind in Germany after WWII

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The Man Who Ran Washington, A Conversation with Peter Baker & Susan Glasser

The definitive biography of legendary White House chief of staff and secretary of state James A. Baker III.

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First Person One on One: Leonard Slatkin

Leonard Slatkin, who once served as Music Director and Conductor of the St. Louis Symphony, reflects on the modern evolution of classical music in his new book.

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