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Interviews originally posted in 5 / 2006

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The View From the Center of the Universe
by Joel Primack

Growing Girls
by Jeanne Marie Laskas

Lost in the Garden
by Philip Beard

Terror on the Internet
by Gabriel Weimann

Stand For Something
by John Kasich

Ludmila's Broken English
by DBC Pierre

Nine Months at Ground Zero
by Charles Vitchers

The K Street Gang
by Matthew Continetti

Blood, Sweat and Tears
by Michele Turk

A Death in Belmont
by Sebastian Junger

Promise Me
by Harlan Coben

The One That Got Away
by Howell Raines

This Book Will Save Your Life
by A.M. Homes

The Tuesday Erotica Club
by Lisa Beth Kovetz

And Never Stop Dancing
by Dr. Gordon Livingston

Open Target
by Clark Kent Ervin

The Stolen Child
by Keith Donohue

Clemente
by David Maraniss

Man in the Shadows
by Efraim Halevy

A Writer's Life
by Gay Talese

Unknown Soldiers
by Neil Hanson

A Twist of Lemmon
by Chris Lemmon

The Faithful Spy
by Alex Berenson

House of War
by James Carroll

I Say a Little Prayer
by E. Lynn Harris

Chasing Ghosts
by Paul Rieckhoff

Miracle in the Andes
by Nando Parrado

A G-Man's Life
by John O'Connor

Living With Type 2 Diabetes
by Gloria Loring

The Man of My Dreams
by Curtis Sittenfeld

Shooting Star
by Tom Wicker

Hung Out to Die
by Sharon Short

Adverbs
by Daniel "Lemony Snicket" Handler


Obviously when people are killed in the book you do have to acknowledge that death is a bad thing, although in my books it is usually couched in some humorous fashion. Although you're laughing at what's going on with these dead bodies, and what's happening, you know, the person is dead, and it's a shame. But then again, there's always that aside of, But they were really awful.

- Laura Durham
For Better or Hearse


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