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Interviews originally posted in 06 / 2005

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The Closers
by Michael Connelly

How About That!
by Stephen Borelli

The Best Year of Their Lives
by Lance Morrow

No God But God
by Reza Aslan

The Black Angel
by John Connolly

Babylon Sisters
by Pearl Cleage

Standing Alone in Mecca
by Asra Nomani

Sneaking Into the Flying Circus
by Alexandra Pelosi

Morning, Noon and Night
by Judy Collins

Speaking Freely
by Floyd Abrams

Evidence of Love
by Melissa McConnell

Oh the Glory of It All
by Sean Wilsey

The History of Love
by Nicole Krauss

Velocity
by Dean Koontz

The Men Who Stare at Goats
by Jon Ronson

Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress
by Susan Jane Gilman

Meet You in Hell
by Les Standiford

The Boys of Pointe du Hoc
by Douglas Brinkley

Dishing
by Liz Smith

Luncheonette
by Steven Sorrentino

To the Power of Three
by Laura Lippman

Is Bill Cosby Right?
by Michael Eric Dyson

The Treehouse
by Naomi Wolf

Shooter
by Jack Coughlin

Burned
by Carol Higgins Clark

Jubana!
by Gigi Anders

Robbing the Bees
by Holley Bishop

The Flaming Luau of Death
by Jerrilyn Farmer

The Twelfth Card
by Jeffery Deaver

First In
by Gary Schroen

Freakonomics
by Steven Levitt

Nanny 911
by Stella Reid

Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior
by Judith Martin

Rolling Away
by Lynn Marie Smith

A Long Way Down
by Nick Hornby

My Fathers' Houses
by Steven Roberts

In the Shadows of the Sun
by Alexander Parsons

What Is Your Life's Work?
by Bill Jensen


The fact that the American mass democratic system came to maturity at the same time that Lincoln came to maturity, that he was learning his politics as those politics were themselves developing and evolving into the definitive mass democracy that we know today, means that Lincoln was bringing something to that system .. that had, itself, been influenced by the development of evangelical Protestantism.

- Richard Carwardine
Lincoln: A Life of Purpose and Power


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