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Eric Van Lustbader

A master of the action genre on his favorite martial arts and samurai stories.

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Domenica Ruta

The Discover Award finalist and author of With or Without You on true dramas of Iraq, North Korea, and Americana.

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Sonali Deraniyagala

Stories of survival and the writing life, selected by the author of Wave.

 

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NoViolet Bulawayo

Three recommendations for lyrical exhilaration, from the author of We Need New Names.

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Justin St. Germain

2013's Discover Award winner for Nonfiction on three haunting profiles in courage.

 

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Anthony Marra

The winner of 2013's Discover Great New Writers Award for Fiction on books which transported him to Prague, Chechnya, and the Greek Isles.

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Jackie Collins

One of the world's bestselling authors on three books that have inspired her own.

 

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J. L. Witterick

The author of My Mother's Secret on tales of empathy and hope.

 

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Chris West

The British historian takes us across the sea, via three great journeys into England's past.

 

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Ayana Mathis

The Twelve Tribes of Hattie's author champions five otherworldly books from "The Great Beyond."

 

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Rachel Joyce

Five unlikely heroes of fiction, championed by the author of Perfect and The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.

 

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Retha Powers

The editor of Bartlett's Familiar Black Quotations on superb works from African-American writers.

 

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Jennifer duBois

The author of Cartwheel recommends great reading from Eliot to Egan.

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Laurie R. King

The author of The Bones of Paris on reading as la joie de vivre, and the books that inspired her thriller of France's roaring 1920s.

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Henry Hitchings

Discover etiquette's epistles with the author of Sorry!: The English and Their Manners.

 

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