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Interviews originally posted in 7 / 2005

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Blinding Light
by Paul Theroux

The Washingtonienne
by Jessica Cutler

Confessions of a Recovering Slut
by Hollis Gillespie

Please Don't Come Back From the Moon
by Dean Bakopoulos

Radical Evolution
by Joel Garreau

72 Hour Hold
by Bebe Moore Campbell

Bound for Canaan
by Fergus Bordewich

Body for Life for Women
by Dr. Pamela Peeke

One Dangerous Lady
by Jane Stanton Hitchcock

by Wesley Stace

The Historian
by Elizabeth Kostova

Meet the Beatles
by Steven Stark

The Truth About Hillary
by Edward Klein

The Survivor
by John Harris

by Laurence Leamer

The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana
by Umberto Eco

100 People Who Are Screwing Up America
by Bernard Goldberg

Boss Lady
by Omar Tyree

In the Shadow of the Law
by Kermit Roosevelt

Bookmark Now
by Kevin Smokler

Cross Bones
by Kathy Reichs

White House Nannies
by Barbara Kline

by Geneva Holliday

Dying to Win
by Robert Pape

The Etiquette Advantage in Business
by Peter Post

by Edna Buchanan

The Interruption of Everything
by Terry McMillan

The Wonder Spot
by Melissa Bank

You: The Owner's Manual
by Dr. Mehmet Oz

The Emperor of Wine
by Elin McCoy

Making Kind Choices
by Ingrid Newkirk

by Brad Thor

The Rescue Artist
by Edward Dolnick

Ultramarathon Man
by Dean Karnazes

by Richard Marcinko

High Plains Tango
by Robert James Waller

Devil's Corner
by Lisa Scottoline

Direct Action
by John Weisman

The Lady and the Panda
by Vicki Constantine Croke

When you're on a ship, and somebody screams 'Man overboard!' you gotta go get that man who fell overboard. If you're gonna say, well, let's call it in to shore and see who's really responsible for the man overboard, and you waste all that time, the person's going to drown. That, in a nutshell, is a metaphor for what happened in the week that I write about.

- Douglas Brinkley
The Great Deluge

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