The Book Show #1724 - Jim Shepard
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
Jim Shepard is the author of seven previous novels, most recently “The Book of Aron” and five story collections, including “Like You'd Understand, Anyway.” His latest, “Phase Six,” is a gripping novel about the next pandemic that reads like a fictional sequel to our current crisis ..read more
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The Book Show #1723 - James Ellroy
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
From the modern master of noir James Ellroy comes the new novel “Widespread Panic” about the malevolent monarch of the 1950s Hollywood Underground. The novel is a tale of pervasive paranoia teeming with communist conspiracies, FBI finks, celebrity smut films, and strange bedfellows ..read more
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The Book Show #1773 - James Ellroy
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
From the modern master of noir James Ellroy comes the new novel “Widespread Panic” about the malevolent monarch of the 1950s Hollywood Underground. The novel is a tale of pervasive paranoia teeming with communist conspiracies, FBI finks, celebrity smut films, and strange bedfellows ..read more
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The Book Show #1722 - T.J. Newman
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
Former flight attendant T. J. Newman wrote much of her new novel, “Falling,” on cross-country red-eye flights while her passengers were asleep. “Falling” follows pilot Bill Hoffman after he’s been given an impossible choice: crash the plane he’s currently flying, or let his kidnapped family die ..read more
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The Book Show #1721 - Elizabeth Brundage
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
Elizabeth Brundage’s new novel “The Vanishing Point” takes a close look at relationships, the mistakes we make early on that inform our destinies, and the troubling things we sometimes do in the name of love ..read more
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The Book Show #1720 - Megha Majumdar
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
Megha Majumdar’s debut novel, "A Burning," is about three characters whose lives become entwined after a terrorist attack in India. Her taut, electrifying, and dazzling novel is rooted in history and place, "A Burning" is a page-turner about accusation and betrayal, innocence and guilt, longing and love ..read more
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The Book Show #1719 - Lawrence Wright
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
Lawrence Wright is a Pulitzer Prize winning author and New Yorker staff writer whose new book, “The Plague Year: America in the Time of Covid,” is an all-encompassing account of the Covid epidemic – its origins, its wide-ranging repercussions, and the ongoing global fight to contain it ..read more
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The Book Show #1718 - Chris Matthews
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
New York Times bestselling author and former host of MSNBC’s Hardball, Chris Matthews offers a panoramic portrait of post–World War II America through the story of his life and career in his new book, “This Country: My Life in Politics and History ..read more
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The Book Show #1717 - Maggie Shipstead
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
Maggie Shipstead’s new novel “Great Circle” tracks the lives of Marian Graves and her twin brother, Jamie, from Prohibition-era Missoula to wartime Britain, from the cold of Alaska to the cap of Antarctica as Marian chases her dream of becoming the first pilot to circumnavigate the globe north-south ..read more
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The Book Show #1716 - Jake Tapper
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by Joe Donahue
1y ago
CNN anchor and chief Washington correspondent and New York Times best-selling author Jake Tapper’s new thriller, “The Devil May Dance,” is set in the Rat Pack world of the early 1960s where Tapper’s fictional congressman Charlie Marder and his zoologist wife, Margaret, are sucked into an investigation involving Hollywood and the mob by the attorney general, Robert Kennedy ..read more
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