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For many Americans, this summer's reading list has a biblical bent. One of the hottest novels is the latest in the evangelical Left Behind series. Join NPR's Neal Conan to discuss the appeal of Christian books, and why their stories of good and evil have captured the best-seller lists.

Guests:

Jana Riess
*Religious book editor for Publishers Weekly

Reed Arvin
*Author of three novels. She published the first, Wind in the Wheat, with a Christian publishing house
*Latest novel The Last Goodbye released in March

Carolyn Mccready
*Vice-president of editorial at Harvest House

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