18-49 Segment 2: Winter Reads for 2018

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It’s getting cold outside, which means it’s time to cuddle up with some good books to pass the time. Or maybe you’re just on the prowl for some holiday gifts for the reader in your life. Either way, we have some options for what to read this winter.

Guests:

  • Ellen Keith, author, The Dutch Wife
  • Andrew Shaffer, author, Hope Never Dies: An Obama/Biden Mystery

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Culture Crash 17-36: Reading Non-Fiction

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It’s often tempting to stay in the more comfortable waters of fiction novels. We know the pacing and the storytelling style. But non-fiction books have a lot to offer when we give them a try.

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15-29 Segment 2: The Story Behind the Crime Novel

 

Synopsis: Crime novels are among the most popular reading in the U.S., and nobody writes a more engaging, suspenseful and factually accurate story than award-winning and best-selling novelist Patricia Cornwell. Her Kay Scarpetta series is full of detailed forensic information, and we talked to her about how she gathers her facts and actually experiences some of the dangerous situations that she puts her heroine through in her books.

Host: Marty Peterson. Guests: Patricia Cornwell, crime novelist, author of “Flesh and Blood”

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