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'Cities Are Resilient,' Says Baltimore Crime Novelist Laura Lippman

Lippman's latest novel, Lady in the Lake, was inspired by two real-life Baltimore disappearances in the 1960s. She says Trump's recent tweets show a "basic disrespect" for the residents of her city.

Novelist Laura Lippman isn't interested in writing that sensationalizes crime. She says she aims to center her work in "a respect for victims." Lesley Unruh/Harper Collins hide caption

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'Cities Are Resilient,' Says Baltimore Crime Novelist Laura Lippman

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