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Mira Bartok is the author of 28 books for children. The Memory Palace is her first book for adults. Courtesy of the author hide caption

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A Memoir Of Memory, Mental Illness And Trauma

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Holt McCallany plays Patrick Leary, a retired boxer itching to make a comeback in the new FX drama Lights Out. Frank Ockenfels III /FX hide caption

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'Lights Out': A Total Knockout Of A Boxing Drama

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Amy Chua is the author of two books on globalization and democracy and is a professor at Yale Law School. Courtesy Penguin Press/ hide caption

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Tiger Mothers: Raising Children The Chinese Way

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