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Author Nancy Murray Discusses Reuniting with Her Adopted Son

The writer discusses her new book and her experiences with teenage motherhood.

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Book Reviews: November 2014

The latest from Mikita Brottman, Jason Tinney, and Abott Miller

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Reviews of Tales from the Holy Land, Unruly Catholic Women Writers and Gentlemen of the Harbor

Tales from the Holy Land by Rafael Alvarez, Unruly Catholic Women Writers Edited by Jeana DelRosso, Leigh Eicke & Ana Kothe and Gentlemen of the Harbor by Captain Bill Eggert

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Someone by Alice McDermott and James McHenry Forgotten Federalist by Karen E. Robins

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