Getting 'An Education' (And More) From Nick Hornby
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Audrey Niffenegger's Tale Of Sisterly 'Symmetry'
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Reading 9-to-5: Richard Russo's Favorite Office Lit
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From 'Blotto' To 'Betty Booped,' A Dictionary Of Drink
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Serena Williams Puts Emotion Into Game, Memoir
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James Ellroy's new novel, Blood's a Rover, concludes his "Underworld USA" crime trilogy. Gabriel Bouys/Getty hide caption

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James Ellroy Divulges A Few Dirty Secrets
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Poet's Wordplay Leads To MacArthur 'Genius' Award
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Matt Latimer, Struck 'Speech-Less' By The D.C. Noise
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Though his books tend to delve into esoteric mysteries, Dan Brown describes himself as a skeptic. Dan Courter hide caption

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More Symbols, Mysteries In Dan Brown's New Novel
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Krakauer Explores Pat Tillman's Death And Cover-Up
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Jane Goodall Sees 'Hope For Animals'
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