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The list for fiction:
11/22/63, by Stephen King
The Art of Fielding, by Chad Harbach
Swamplandia, by Karen Russell
The Tiger's Wife, by Téa Obreht
Ten Thousand Saints, by Eleanor Henderson
And here is the nonfiction:
Arguably, by Christopher Hitchens
The Boy in the Moon, by Ian Brown
Malcolm X, by Manning Marable
Thinking Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman
A World on Fire, by Amanda Foreman
Some stores are doing conversations, and others ask for no reading at all. There is a tendency for some fiction writers, in particular, to want to not speak at all and only read. It's my thought that speaking is more interesting to attendees and just to be a little mercantile here, sells more books.
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