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Interviews originally posted in 04 / 2006

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Seducing the Demon
by Erica Jong

Secret Girl
by Molly Bruce Jacobs

Let Every Nation Know
by Robert Dallek

Game of Shadows
by Lance Williams

Motherless Mothers
by Hope Edelman

31 Days
by Barry Werth

Getting Open
by Tom Graham

The Big Oyster
by Mark Kurlansky

Oh Danny Boy
by Rhys Bowen

Dirty Blonde
by Lisa Scottoline

Queen Bee Moms and Kingpin Dads
by Rosalind Wiseman

The Last Witchfinder
by James Morrow

The Secret Supper
by Javier Sierra

Parenting Young Athletes the Ripken Way
by Cal Ripken

The Evidence
by Austin Boyd

Sky Walking
by Thomas Jones

Mason-Dixon Knitting
by Kay Gardiner

Challenger Park
by Stephen Harrigan

The Battle for Peace
by Tony Zinni

The Happy Hooker
by Debbie Stoller

Cesar's Way
by Cesar Millan

Cobra II
by Michael Gordon

Criss Cross
by Evie Rhodes

The Judgment of Paris
by Ross King

Like Sands Through the Hourglass
by Bill & Susan Seaforth Hayes

An Ordinary Man
by Paul Rusesabagina

The First Scientific American
by Joyce Chaplin

Foxes in the Henhouse
by Steve Jarding

White Ghetto
by Star Parker

My Latest Grievance
by Elinor Lipman

Honeymoon With My Brother
by Franz Wisner

The Tenth Circle
by Jodi Picoult

Apex Hides the Hurt
by Colson Whitehead

The Old Wine Shades
by Martha Grimes

The Disposable American
by Louis Uchitelle

Chasing Destiny
by Eric Jerome Dickey

The Night Watch
by Sarah Waters

Don't Make A Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings
by Tyler Perry

Laura Bush
by Ronald Kessler

The Messiah of Morris Avenue
by Tony Hendra


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