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NPR Bestsellers: Paperback Fiction, Week Of October 30, 2014 A museum owner's daughter and an immigrant photographer fall for each other in Alice Hoffman's The Museum of Extraordinary Things. It appears at No. 6.
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NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Nonfiction, Week Of October 30, 2014 Comedian Jim Gaffigan shares his offbeat love affair with American junk food in Food. It debuts at No. 12.
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NPR Bestsellers: Week Of October 30, 2014 The lists are compiled from weekly surveys of close to 500 independent bookstores nationwide.
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NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Fiction, Week Of October 30, 2014 Samantha Kofer goes from Wall Street lawyer to an unpaid legal aid intern in John Grisham's Gray Mountain. It debuts at No. 1.
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Book reviews roundup: The Churchill Factor, Revolution and Lila What the critics thought of The Churchill Factor by Boris Johnson, Revolution by Russell Brand and Lila by Marilynne Robinson Continue reading...
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My hero: Robert Wyatt by Jonathan Coe Oblique and eccentric, Wyatts songs provide the voice of sanity during insane times Continue reading...
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Horror fiction from Charles Dickens to Charlie Higson books podcast We unearth the origins of the uncanny with Darryl Jones and explore the links between terror and comedy with Charlie Higson and Robin Ince Continue reading...
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Greater London: The Story of theSuburbs by Nick Barratt review Barratt brilliantly tells the stories of the capitalshistorical communities in this appropriately massive history Continue reading...
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Fault in Our Stars author backs literature diversity campaign We need to reflect the reality of our communities, says The Fault in Our Stars writer John Green in video backing social media-led We Need Diverse Books campaign Continue reading...
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365 Stories by James Robertson review a tale for every day of the year Recounted dreams, rants, ghost stories and memories, this collection invites you to read pieces for their dates. Whats your birthday story like? Todays story? Continue reading...
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