Best-selling mystery author Sue Grafton is back with "W is for Wasted," the twenty-third letter in her hugely popular "alphabet series." The year is 1988, but female private eye Kinsey Millhone isn't worried about perms or shoulder pads; she's trying to figure out what two dead men - a shady, former colleague and a homeless man - have in common. In this entertaining interview, the former-screenwriter also talks about Hollywood, hair cuts and how she survived a difficult childhood.
Author Daniel James Brown tells us how he discovered all the informational “treasures” throughout his heartwarming nonfiction "The Boys in the Boat."
Author Austin Kleon discusses "Show Your Work! 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered,” an illustrated guide to working in the digital age.
Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."
Henrietta Lacks died from ovarian cancer in 1951, but her cells live on today. This interview explores Henrietta's influence and the book and soon to be movie about her.
Diamond draws on four decades of experiences with tribal people in New Guinea to bring us lessons from the past to be used today.
Novelist Ann Patchett talks about "This is the Story of a Happy Marriage", a collection of essays and articles about life, love, writing, and forgiveness.
If you know Sue Grafton, then you also know Kinsey Millhone. The sharp-tongued, no frills private eye is back in "W is for Wasted," the latest letter in Grafton's best-selling "alphabet" mystery series. Find out...
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|