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Jonathan Kauffman – Hippie Food

April 15, 2019

Jonathan Kauffman’s history of “Hippie Food” profiles the people and food that brought us through the 1960s and '70s.

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John Lescroart - The Rule Of Law

February 15, 2019

In John Lescroart’s novel “The Rule of Law,” a coyote who was smuggling immigrants into the U.S. is mysteriously murdered.

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Vanessa Hua – A River of Stars

January 18, 2019

Vanessa Hua’s novel “A River of Stars” follows the efforts of two new single mothers as they navigate life in a new country.

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CapRadio Reads: Vanessa Hua’s 'A River of Stars'

September 7, 2018

Journalist Vanessa Hua’s debut novel is receiving rave reviews. In this excerpt from CapRadio Reads, host Donna Apidone speaks with Hua about “A River of Stars.”

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Donna Apidone In Conversation With Author Elizabeth Rynecki

November 9, 2017 | Donna Apidone

The Nazis were famous for raiding and ruining art collections throughout Europe during World War II. Some of the work was by little-known but prolific artists who documented the way of life they saw around them.

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Author John Lescroart Brings "Panic" To CapRadio Reads

June 9, 2017 | Donna Apidone

After almost 30 bestsellers, author John Lescroart can still dish up a surprise. In fact, his latest book features a new character.

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CapRadio Reads: Immigration And Motherly Love Clash In Shanthi Sekaran's Lucky Boy

February 3, 2017 | Donna Apidone

Author Shanthi Sekaran has written a compelling and troubling story about immigration and motherly love. Her novel is called Lucky Boy. It’s about two women who love the same child.

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CapRadio Reads: Despicable Personalities In Andrew Grant's 'False Friend'

January 5, 2017 | Donna Apidone

In his book False Friend, author Andrew Grant asks his readers to explore a new way of understanding people.

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When Journalists Were Mostly Men: Interview With Author Meg Waite Clayton

September 8, 2016 | Donna Apidone

The gender gap in WWII is the subject of the latest novel from New York Times Bestselling Author Meg Waite Clayton. Ahead of her visit for CapRadio Reads, she tells us a little more about her experiences and her latest novel.

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