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A Discovery of Witches radiates fun - Think Twilight for grownups

A real event inspired history professor Deborah Harkness to write “A Discovery of Witches,” one of the most entertaining books I've read in a long time.

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Q&A with author David Baldacci, part deux

New York Times best-selling author David Baldacci has an inside track to the world of intelligence gathering. Like Robert Ludlum before him, Baldacci has sources who share the details and dangers of espionage.

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Q&A with David Baldacci: Author talks about success, a new book and the unlimited potential of the human mind

Never in his wildest dreams did David Baldacci think he would write 20 best-selling books and have over 90 million copies in print. Ninety. Million. That number will increase substantially come Tuesday when his latest political thriller, “The Sixth Man,” hits bookshelves. The mega-selling author took time from his pre-release schedule to answer some questions.
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Gorgeous cookbook celebrates Texas’ love affair with beef

When I was growing up, we always had great beef. My step-father kept a few cows on his farm at Coke and took one to the locker plant a couple of times a year.

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So Close the Hand of Death

Fast paced, intricate, deadly – J.T. Ellison’s latest offering in the Taylor Jackson book series, “So Close the Hand of Death,” is all that and then some.

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