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Interviews originally posted in 6 / 2006

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The Great Deluge
by Douglas Brinkley

Blown Away
by Shane Gericke

Francis Crick: Discoverer of the Genetic Code
by Matt Ridley

Possible Side Effects
by Augusten Burroughs

A Heckuva Job
by Calvin Trillin

Takedown
by Brad Thor

The Defining Moment
by Jonathan Alter

Reporting
by David Remnick

Lost and Found
by Carolyn Parkhurst

Renewing American Culture
by Scott Massey

Heat
by Bill Buford

The Bystander
by Nick Bryant

A Student of Living Things
by Susan Richards Shreve

The Caddie Who Knew Ben Hogan
by John Coyne

The Baby Business
by Debora Spar

Jack Kennedy: The Education of a Statesman
by Barbara Leaming

The Girl I Wanted to Be
by Sarah Grace McCandless

After Dolly
by Ian Wilmut

American Bee
by James Maguire

The Good Fight
by Peter Beinart

The Cold Moon
by Jeffery Deaver

Impresario
by James Maguire

The NPR Listener's Encyclopedia of Classical Music
by Ted Libbey

After
by Marita Golden

Being Right is Not Enough
by Paul Waldman

Black Like You
by John Strausbaugh

Stealing Democracy
by Spencer Overton

Absurdistan
by Gary Shteyngart

Boffo!
by Peter Bart

Blow the House Down
by Robert Baer

Moonlight Hotel
by Scott Anderson

Killer Instinct
by Joseph Finder

The Last Assassin
by Barry Eisler

Revolutionary Characters
by Gordon Wood

There Will Never Be Another You
by Carolyn See

Spiraling Through the School of Life
by Diane Ladd

Spooning
by Darri Stephens

Radical Innocent
by Anthony Arthur


[Rain's] past is like a shadow. It's worse than a shadow -- it doesn't just follow him, it's always getting in his way. As much as he is trying to escape the life he's been leading, there are things he's done the consequences of which I don't think he can ever escape.

- Barry Eisler
The Last Assassin


Featuring 1,841 interviews with 1,590 authors, including:

"One Drop of Blood" by Thomas Holland

"Backstory" by Ken Auletta

"Split Second" by David Baldacci
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