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Author John Lescroart Brings "Panic" To CapRadio Reads

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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

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

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Sacramento Man Profiles “California’s Deadliest Women” In New Book

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