New York Times Bestselling author Kimberly McCreight joins us for a chat about her new thriller A Good Marriage, the terror of not outlining, laptop stickers, and getting to the bottom of the whole marriage thing. We recommend: Voices in the Snow by Darcy Coates, The Line That Held Us by David Joy, and Imager by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.. Audiobook of the week is The Compton Cowboys by Walter Thompson Hernandez narrated by Glenn Davis and Ron Butler. Dave is sickened by a mask stain, Laura is stopped in traffic by people in the street, and Andrew’s getting a pool.
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In “Library Corner” Amy recommends books by Denver authors in honor of Black History Month. She recommends:Adrian Miller‘s Soul Food:The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine One Plate at a Time and The President’s Kitchen Cabinet. Carlotta Walls Lanier’s A Mighty Long Way. Also the romance novelist JD Mason, author of One Day I Saw a Black King.
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