'Plague of Doves,' Multigenerational Murder Mystery Louise Erdrich, who has written 12 novels and volumes of poetry, is known for her masterful storytelling. The author talks about her new book, The Plague of Doves, which focuses on a senseless, horrific crime and a Native American reservation in North Dakota.
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'Plague of Doves,' Multigenerational Murder Mystery

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'Plague of Doves,' Multigenerational Murder Mystery

'Plague of Doves,' Multigenerational Murder Mystery

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Louise Erdrich, who has written 12 novels and volumes of poetry, is known for her masterful storytelling. Liane Hansen talks with the author about her new book, The Plague of Doves, which focuses on a senseless and horrific crime that changes the lives of several families living around a Native American reservation in North Dakota.

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