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Biography Chronicles First Native American World Champion Boxer, A Montanan

Helena, Montana, author Brian D'Ambrosio talks about his book Warrior in the Ring: The life of Marvin Camel, Native American world champion boxer. About...

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Hominid, Thomas Meagher, Bank Robber, Teen Girls...

Survivors Said contains Matt Pavelich's best stories written over four decades. About the collection, Gish Jen, author of Typical American and The Love...

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The Color Of Evil: "Milky" White

About the Book: In isolated British Columbia, girls, mostly Native, are vanishing from the sides of a notorious highway. Leo Kreutzer and his four frien...

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In A World Consumed Beyond Redemption

About the book: In MARTians, last girl Zoë Zindleman, numerical ID 009-99-9999, is starting work at AllMART, where "your smile is the AllMART welcome ma...

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James Lee Burke Writes Quest For Holy Grail And Family Into Latest Novel

About the book: House of the Rising Sun tells the story of a father and son separated by war and circumstance—and whose encounter with the legendary Ho...

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Bats, Snakes, Alligators, And Prudhoe Bay Scum

About the book: Endangered Edens: Exploring the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Costa Rica, the Everglades, and Puerto Rico is the follow-up to Marty...

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Novel Captures Romance, Racism, And Rodeo In 20th-Century Montana

About the book: As Evelynne Lowry, the daughter of a copper baron, comes of age in early 20th century Montana, the lives of horses dovetail with the...

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Molly Caro May's Search for Place

During this program, Molly Caro May talks about her nomadic childhood and her search for a place to "be from." She also reads from her new memoir, The...

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Alaska's Tlingit Canoe Culture Featured In Kim Heacox Novel

About Jimmy Bluefeather: Old Keb Wisting is somewhere around ninety-five years old (he lost count awhile ago) and in constant pain and thinks he wants...

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YA Novel Features Spies, Espionage, and a Teen with Superpowers

Jake Lukin has an incredible power he's been hiding his whole life...but one (big) mess-up later, and the U.S. government knows all about it. Suddenly...

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