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Detroit native and Washington Post editor Steve Luxenberg's family mystery is selected as the title for the Michigan Humanities Council statewide program.
Authors D.E. Johnson and Natalie Bakopoulos discuss their latest titles as part of the Detroit Chapter of the Women's National Book Association programming.
Community-wide reading program chooses best-selling author's thriller as their 2012 selection.
Kopytek delves into the history and roots of Michigan's department store giant in his recent book "Jacobson's: I Miss It So!"
Bohjalian breaks convention and tests the supernatural waters with his latest October release.
Bonnie Jo Campbell and Samuel Park Shine as Headliners for National Reading Group Month at Baldwin Public Library
Fallada's account of a German couple's quiet triumph in the face of Nazi rule is a novel you simply don't want to miss.
Several well-known authors are slated to appear at Baldwin as part of their fabulous October programming.
Award-winning authors abound at this year's Ann Arbor bookfest.
Jackson native Scott Sparling takes time to wax about his new thriller 'Wire to Wire'.
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