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Interviews originally posted in 11 / 2002

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Homesick
by Sela Ward

Shekhina
by Leonard Nimoy

Off the Record
by Graham Nash

The Art of Peter Max
by Peter Max

Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel
by Scott Adams

Middlesex
by Jeffrey Eugenides

Blue Shoe
by Anne Lamott

I'll Take You There
by Joyce Carol Oates

James Bond: The Legacy
by John Cork

A Lawyer's Life
by Johnnie Cochran

P.G. County
by Connie Briscoe

Portrait of a Killer
by Patricia Cornwell

Jinxed
by Carol Higgins Clark

The Science of Harry Potter
by Roger Highfield

The Common Thread
by Sir John Sulston

Reversible Errors
by Scott Turow

Inner City Miracle
by Greg Mathis

The Christmas Train
by David Baldacci

An Army at Dawn
by Rick Atkinson

December 6
by Martin Cruz Smith

The Case Against Lawyers
by Catherine Crier

The Art of Deception
by Ridley Pearson


This book starts in 1947, which was where I initially wanted to go. We meet a group of characters (it's an ensemble piece)... What the novel then does is to move backwards in time. We move back to 1944 to the drama of war, back to 1941, ultimately, and that movement takes us back through those characters' emotional journeys, and then covers their secrets and the connections between them.

- Sarah Waters
The Night Watch


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"In the Shadow of the Law" by Kermit Roosevelt

"Playing With Boys" by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez

"The Mysterious Private Thompson" by Laura Leedy Gansler
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