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Book: What We're Reading

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Book: Reports

A Matter of Justice: An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery

(By Charles Todd. Morrow; 330 pgs., $24.99)

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Book: Louisville author gets in with gamers

Lynn Tincher releases novel "Afterthoughts"

Telling stories, shaping them into marketable works and doing the networking (including online) to get them in front of readers: Those are the required steps for a new author.

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Book: Forgotten Classics

The Snapper

(By Roddy Doyle. First Published in 1990.)

 

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Book: Reports

Is it Just Me or Is Everything Shit?: Insanely Annoying Modern Things

Book: What We're Reading

 1) We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates (fiction) — If ever there was a perfect family, the Mulvaneys were it: parents married, successful and in love, thre

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Book: ‘Being Emily’ isn’t the typical washed-up YA soap novel

 Being Emily
(By Anne Donovan. Canongate Books Ltd.; 320 pgs., $11.49.)

 

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Book: Passion unbound

Robert H. Miller donates his rare books collection to U of L

‘The Robert and Diane Miller Collection’
Feb. 25-May 29
Kain Rare Books Gallery
U of L’s Ekstrom Library

Book: What We're Reading

1) Rabbit Run by John Updike (novel) — Everyone wonders when the economy will hit bottom.

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Book: Forgotten Classics

Good ones you might have missed

The Pilgrim Hawk:  A Love Story
(By Glenway Wescott, First Published 1940.)