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NPR Books Grid: 1/21-1/27

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.

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TOTAL book stories for the past week: 20

All Things Considered: 5

Diane Rehm: 3

Fresh Air: 3

Morning Edition: 0

NPR.org: 6

Talk of the Nation: 1

Tell Me More:  0

Weekend Edition Saturday: 2

Weekend Edition Sunday: 0

All Things Considered Lastingness Nicholas Delbanco
All Things Considered Heaven’s Bride Leigh Eric Schmidt
All Things Considered My Father at 100 Ron Reagan
All Things Considered O Anonymous
All Things Considered Straight Talk, No Chaser Steve Harvey
Diane Rehm Memory of Love, The Aminatta Forna
Diane Rehm J.D. Salinger Kenneth Slawenski
Diane Rehm Cinderella Ate My Daughter Peggy Orenstein
Fresh Air Hidden Reality, The Brian Greene
Fresh Air J.D. Salinger Kenneth Slawenski
Fresh Air Strange Stirring, A Stephanie Coontz
NPR.org You Know When the Men Are Gone Siobhan Fallon
NPR.org New In Paperback: Jan. 24-30
NPR.org J.D. Salinger Kenneth Slawenski
NPR.org / Books We Like Harlem is Nowhere Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts
NPR.org / Books We Like Outrageous Fortunes Daniel Altman
NPR.org / You Must Read This Mountain Lion Jean Stafford
Talk of the Nation Violence of Peace, The Stephen L. Carter
Weekend Edition Saturday You Can Count On Monsters Richard Peters Evans
Weekend Edition Saturday Why Leaders Lie John J. Mearsheimer

January 28, 2011 - Posted by | NPR Books Watch | , , , , ,

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