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No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Series: So much more than solving a couple of cases

Precious Ramotswe decided to go into business for herself after reading “The Principles of Private Detection,” by Clovis Anderson.

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David Baldacci on THE INNOCENT - ‘In my mind’s eye, everything seemed to click’

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When I reached David Baldacci at his office in Reston, Va., last week, I told him my husband and my little dog were not happy campers.

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Nothing could make me root for Frank Dixon

In his third novel, Ted Heller has created a character completely unaware of his many social and personal flaws.

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The Social Animal: Fact with fiction or fiction with fact? Does it matter?

When New York Times op-ed columnist and PBS commentator David Brooks released “The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character and Achievement” in 2011, the critics and blogosphere were abuzz on how to characterize the book.   

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Bakersfield: The backdrop for ‘Psycho,’ both real and on celluloid

The small town of Bakersfield, California, is the setting for Manuel Muñoz’s debut novel, “What You See in the Dark.”

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