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An intimate look at the private side of a very public personality

Public life was so much a part of the late Molly Ivins that it might be difficult to think of her as a gracious hostess, fabulous cook and generous friend.

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Harry Bosch is back, with two tough cases and a complicated personal life

Michael Connelly has spent the last couple of years tending to Mickey Haller, the Hollywood defense attorney whose stories have made a successful jump from the New York Times best sellers list to the big screen, due in part to Matthew McConaughy’s brilliant portrayal in “The Lincoln Lawyer.”

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Laurie R. King: Contemplating Sherlock Holmes, woodworking and the magic of writing

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When she began her career, best-selling author Laurie R. King was 35 years old, a full-time wife and mom with two small kids. She settled on Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most famous fictional detective, as a major player in her books because she shared something with him – they were both good at solving problems.

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Zero Day: Baldacci clarifies need for military-speak overkill

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When asked why his new book, “Zero Day,” is chock full of “military speak,” mega-best selling author David Baldacci had a quick reply.

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James Weatherman wins News-Telegram book giveaway

James Weatherman won a copy of Donia Bijan's heart-warming memoirs, "Maman's Homesick Pie: A Persian Heart in an American Kitchen."

 

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