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AbeBooks Literary Link Lineup

1. The World’s Most Beautiful Library 2. JK Rowling, I mean Robert Galbraith has a new book out 3. Erica Jong talks about sex and the over-60s 4. Middle-Earth Map Annotated By J.R.R. Tolkien Himself Found In Old Book 5. Calvin and Hobbs creator taught lessons that still resonate 6. The Secret Medical History of Cocktails […]

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AbeBooks Literary Link Lineup

1. Marlon James – this year’s Man Booker winner, says that Toni Morrison is his hero 2. Hotel Cocktail Books 3. 3 Crime Novels about Kidnapping 4. Margaret Atwood talks about her new book and Canadian politics 5. Library books returned after 52 years 6. The Wall Street Journal lists books every geek should read this fall […]

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AbeBooks Literary Link Lineup

1. Penguin Books celebrates its 80th anniversary 2. 13 Creepy Bits of Bookish Trivia from Book Riot 3. Ladybird publishers updates its famous kids books for modern adults 4. The supremacy of Lewis Carroll’s Alice books. 5. A disaster manual is proving to be very popular with people in Tokyo. 6.  Loss, Politics and the Stars: […]

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AbeBooks’ Literary Link Lineup

1. Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell dies. 2. Bibliophiles around the world reveal their top books and best places to read. 3. The top 10 most beautiful medieval manuscripts. 4. British Politician Jeremy Corbyn’s cultural favorites including his favorite book, his favorite band, poet and author. 5. The New York Times Sunday Book Review talks […]

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AbeBooks’ Literary Link Lineup

Donald Trump’s new book, secret messages in Harry Potter books and a wonderful essay by author David Sedaris – all in this week’s edition of the Literary Link Lineup: 1. The appeal of magical boarding schools. 2. The Daphne Awards – Celebrates the best book of 50 years ago. 3. The Guardian reports on the sad […]

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AbeBooks’ Literary Link Lineup

1. The National Book Foundation on Monday announced the 10 books longlisted for the 2015 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature. The winners will be announced November 8th. 2. The Guardian discusses who might be on the Man Booker shortlist. 3. Patrick deWitt, author of the bestselling The Sisters Brothers, talks with CBC Books about […]

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Les Misérables – Court Case Ends & The Story Continues

A seven-year court battle between Victor Hugo‘s heirs and author, François Cérésa has ended with Cérésa being granted the right to publish sequels to the classic tale. Paris courts ruled that Les Mis is now in the public domain and therefore Cérésa has the right to continue the story of Cosette and her lover, Marius […]

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