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NPR Books Watch — 3/5-3/11

Anyone who emails me the imprints of all the books listed (or houses if no imprint is available) will win the NPR Books Grid for the prior week that includes, in addition to the information below, interviewer, pub date, imprint, genre, post-interview Amazon ranking, pre-interview ranking (if the book was mentioned on Shelf Awareness and I was able to look up the number before the interview), and interview hyperlink.

* indicates the interview is a rebroadcast.

*** TOTAL book stories for the past week: 23 (15 last week)

All Things Considered: 3 (4 LW)

Diane Rehm: 2 (2 LW)

Fresh Air: 4 (3 LW)

Morning Edition: 2 (1 LW)

NPR.org: 5 (5 LW)

Talk of the Nation: 3 (2 LW)

Weekend Edition Saturday: 2 (1LW)

Weekend Edition Sunday: 2 (3 LW)

All Things Considered Poisoner’s Handbook, The Deborah Blum
All Things Considered Three Books … / Three Family Secrets We Can’t Keep    
All Things Considered Modern Home Eric Puchner
Diane Rehm Death and Life of the Great American School System Diane Ravitch
Diane Rehm Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand Helen Simonson
Fresh Air Infinities, The John Banville
Fresh Air Whip Smart Melissa Febos
Fresh Air Comeback America David M.  Walker
Fresh Air Eclipse of the Sunnis Deborah Amos
Morning Edition Eclipse of the Sunnis Deborah Amos
Morning Edition Made for Goodness Desmond Tutu
NPR.org This Book is Overdue! Marilyn Johnson
NPR.org Poisoner’s Handbook, The Deborah Blum
NPR.org What We’re Reading, March 9 – 15    
NPR.org Angelology Danielle Trussoni
NPR.org Courage and Consequence Karl Rove
Talk of the Nation About a Mountain John  D’Agata
Talk of the Nation Devil and Sherlock Holmes David Grann
Talk of the Nation Tattoos On The Heart Father G
Weekend Edition Saturday Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything James Martin
Weekend Edition Saturday My Dream of Stars Anousheh  Ansar
Weekend Edition Sunday Hole We’re In, The Gabrielle  Zevin
Weekend Edition Sunday No Apology Mitt Romney

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