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The B&N Podcast: Debbie Macomber

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The B&N Podcast: Debbie Macomber

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On this episode of the podcast, the bestselling author of heartwarming fiction and romance talks about why holiday season has a special place in her heart -- and a returning role in her books.
The Charge to Protect

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The Charge to Protect

By Steve King ×

In December 1970, the U.S. government took on a new responsibility: the environment. Has that sense of stewardship remained?
Beethoven’s Eroica: The First Great Romantic Symphony

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Beethoven’s Eroica: The First Great Romantic Symphony

Reviewed by Michael O'Donnell ×

Beethoven's 3rd symphony was a seismic event in the history of music, and its impact can still be felt.
The B&N Podcast: Kevin Young and Jeffrey Eugenides

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The B&N Podcast: Kevin Young and Jeffrey Eugenides

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On this episode, a pair of conversations that are all about invention, and about the lies that reveal the truth.
Patrick Leigh Fermor: A Life in Letters

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Patrick Leigh Fermor: A Life in Letters

Reviewed by Anna Mundow ×

The legendary traveler and lover of adventure was also a lively correspondent.
A Failure of Vision

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A Failure of Vision

By Steve King ×

Seventy-six years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the debate still rages over how prepared American forces could have been -- and what we can learn from their mistakes.
The B&N Podcast: Isabel Allende

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The B&N Podcast: Isabel Allende

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The internationally bestselling author joins us to talk about her timely new novel "In the Midst of Winter."
Radio Free Vermont

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Radio Free Vermont

Reviewed by Mark Athitakis ×

The environmental writer and activist Bill McKibben imagines a grass-roots resistance to dystopia in his new novel.
Spy of the First Person

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Spy of the First Person

Reviewed by Heller McAlpin ×

In this posthumously published work of autobiographical fiction, the playwright presents a soul brought to bay by illness and mortality.
The B&N Podcast: André Aciman and Amor Towles

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The B&N Podcast: André Aciman and Amor Towles

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Andre Aciman, author of "Call Me By Your Name" -- just adapted as a film -- and the novelist Amor Towles talk about memory, imagination, and the art of fiction.
They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us

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They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us

Reviewed by Robert Christgau ×

A poet and music critic's boundary-smashing new collection proves to be one of the year's most vital documents on an America in crisis.
The B&N Podcast: Krysten Ritter and Jason Reynolds

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The B&N Podcast: Krysten Ritter and Jason Reynolds

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In this episode: Krysten Ritter on "Bonfire" and the intersection between acting and writing, and Jason Reynolds on his heart-stopping YA novel "Long Way Down."