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Marian Copeland
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According to Publishers Weekly, the following books have the largest initial printings of the books to be released in August...

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The Dog reminds the reader that fiction need not be autobiographical in order to be honest; it is an investigation, an act of empathy and imagination which brings the world to life.”

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The Grand Arbor Reserve apartment complex has changed its position. The Lacy Elementary School teacher volunteers will be allowed to return to the apartments with their weekly bookmobile for children.

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How do you write a novel about the mean streets of Newark (NJ) that centers on a prevalence of street crime without insulting a city that has already borne more than its share of ridicule and derision? Brad Parks manages to walk that line with a plot that centers on an epidemic of car hijackings involving multiple murders and corruption.

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“The best thing about these stories, what carries the reader smoothly along with the grace and ease of a gondolier on the Grand Canal, is Swift’s prose style. It’s a theatrical act of balance and lightness.”

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If Harper Lee or her publisher planned its timing, they could not have picked a better time to release this novel.  Harper Lee has once again given the world a captivating look at and a gripping narrative on the most divisive issue of our time.

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At its core, this is a book about America’s own nomads, alienated and wandering in search of work and some glimmer of hope.

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The management of a Raleigh apartment complex has banned an elementary school bookmobile from coming to the property, citing “company policy.”

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Registration is now open for the thirteenth annual James River Writers Conference to be held October 16-18, 2015 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Va.

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The story is richer and stranger than we ever knew: For those who lived under Nixon, it is worse than you may recollect. For those too young to recall, it is worse than you can imagine.
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