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Jodi Picoult


The Tenth Circle
2006

My Sister's Keeper
2004

Second Glance
2003

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Known for expertly blending provocative themes with family conflicts and difficult moral choices, Jodi Picoult keeps her readers riveted with heartfelt yet impeccably researched novels, like the richly suspenseful Second Glance and the poignant and controversial family drama My Sister's Keeper.

Find Jodi Picoult on the web: www.jodipicoult.com

Because he decided to downplay civil rights to such an extent at the beginning of his presidency, he encouraged white segregationists...to believe they could uphold the system of Jim Crow and racial apartheid well into the 1960s. And this, in turn, encouraged black demonstrators to adopt much more aggressive tactics and to call for much more controversial solutions to the race problem.

- Nick Bryant
The Bystander


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

"Bubbles A Broad" by Sarah Strohmeyer

"A Death in Belmont" by Sebastian Junger

"The Jericho Sanction" by Oliver North
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