'Frank' Did It His Way, And The Story Never Gets Old

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T.C. Boyle's Beastly Books To Topple The Food Chain

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A Haunting Tale To Judge 'The Quick And The Dead'

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Dezso Kosztolanyi was born in Austria-Hungary in 1885 and began publishing his novels, short stories and poetry at the age of 23. He also translated poetry from Chinese, Japanese and other languages into Hungarian.   hide caption

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Three Books To Rescue Nordic Lit From The Dark Side

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Three Books On Entering Strange New Worlds

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A Harsh Tale Of War, But An Unforgettable Read

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David Cassidy, star of the television show The Partridge Family, walks down a road in London in 1974. Allison Pearson's new novel I Think I Love You tells the story of a teenage girl in love with the American pop singer. Ellidge/Ellidge/ Getty Images hide caption

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'I Think I Love You,' David Cassidy

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Johanna Adorjan, author of An Exclusive Love, was born in Stockholm and now lives in Berlin. She is an editor of the culture section of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, and also writes theater and screenplay works. Peter von Felbert hide caption

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Three Racy Reads For A Sexier Valentine's Day

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