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This spy novel, Sweet Tooth, is not the usual thriller

English writer Ian McEwan has 15 books to his credit and has won all the major awards for literature in Great Britain; most notably the Man Booker Prize for Atonement. Sweet Tooth was published last year and is now out in paperback. As a novel in a vein different from McEwan’s other books, it doesn’t disappoint. I guess it’s a ...

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Author/journalist/educator Milner dies in Texas

FORT WORTH, TEXAS — Texas author Jay Milner, who went from being a football star to a coach to a journalist, novelist and teacher whose contemporaries included David Halberstam and Larry McMurtry, has died in Fort Worth, Taxas. He was 88. Milner’s robust career brought him to Dallas in 1969, when Southern Methodist University hired him to reshape the school’s ...

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With McCormick's closing, Greenville takes another step backwards

Once hailed as one of the nation’s great centers for literature, Greenville’s cultural heritage has sustained yet another big blow with the announcement that McCormick’s Book Inn will shut its doors at the end of this month. The privately owned bookstore has been a gathering place for both writers and readers since 1965. In addition to its books, the store ...

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