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NPR Books Watch — 7/2-7/8

Tour de France!  Who’s watching?


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 (20 last week)

All Things Considered: 4 (2 LW)

Diane Rehm: 2 (3 LW)

Fresh Air: 5 (5 LW)

Morning Edition: 2 (0 LW) 3 (4 LW)

Talk of the Nation: 2 (3 LW)

Tell Me More: 0 (0 LW)

Weekend Edition Saturday: 2 (2 LW)

Weekend Edition Sunday: 3 (1 LW)

All Things Considered Best of Kim Stanley Robinson, The Kim Stanley Robinson
All Things Considered Founding Myths Ray Raphael
All Things Considered Flooded Earth Peter D. Ward
All Things Considered Broken Karin Slaughter
Diane Rehm Freedom is Not Enough James Patterson
Diane Rehm Hamlet’s Blackberry William Powers
Fresh Air Lives Like Loaded Guns Lyndall Gordon
Fresh Air Billy Collins: A Poet’s Affection For Emily Dickinson    
Fresh Air Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet David Mitchell
Fresh Air On Writing* Stephen King
Fresh Air Shadow of Sirius, The W.S. Merwin
Morning Edition Madonnas of Echo Park, The Brando Skyhorse
Morning Edition To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee How Pleasure Works Paul  Bloom The Cookbook Collector Allegra Goodman Zombies And Giant Squid: Summer’s Monster Hits!    
Talk of the Nation What Women Want Paco Underhill
Talk of the Nation To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee
Weekend Edition Saturday Jan’s Story Barry Petersen
Weekend Edition Saturday Liberty Bell, The Gary Nash
Weekend Edition Sunday Parisians Graham Robb
Weekend Edition Sunday United Cakes of America Warren Brown
Weekend Edition Sunday Paris Underground Mark Ovendon

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