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A THOUSAND DAYS IN VENICE: True-life love story sings in pages of memoir

Imagine a chance encounter with a handsome Italian in a café while on a girls-only Venetian holiday. Imagine you have lunch with the handsome man and he tells you he fell in love with you several years back, when he saw you on vacation with another man.

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THE PASSAGE OF POWER: Bringing history to life

Robert A. Caro has spent the better part of his professional life chronicling the life and times of Lyndon Baines Johnson.

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DOWNFALL: Graphic violence overpowers thriller

Jeff Abbott’s publisher sent an advance copy of his new book, “Downfall,” for review. It was my first encounter with Abbott’s hero, Sam Capra.

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Andrew Solomon’s ‘Far From The Tree’ – Changing the way we view differences, one story at a time

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Andrew Solomon’s monumental work, “Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity,” (Simon and Schuster) began as an assignment from the New York Times to write a piece on deaf culture.

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Life is too short to read contrived books

    In the South of the not-too-long-ago past, if something tragic happened to a lady, she retreated from polite society.

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