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What do book lovers have queued up on their nightstands and ready to read before lights-out? We asked a couple of them, and here’s what they said.

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    News of the World: A Novel

    By Paulette Jiles

    Dry humor, morality, common sense, and a big heart drive this historical novel set in 1870s Texas.

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    The Televangelist: A Novel

    By Ibrahim Essa; translated by Jonathan Wright

    This moving commentary on Islam in Egypt offers insight for Westerners but suffers from a sluggish pace.

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    The entrepreneur-turned-club-owner explains why he considers himself a comedy purist.

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    Because couldn’t we all use one more distraction?

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    This powerful collection of short stories dazzles from beginning to end.

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    An absorbing tale of betrayal and deadly political alliances during the Renaissance.

    Washington, DC

    Let the pros behind the Washington Writers Conference show you how to make your book a reality!

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    Why you don’t want to miss this stellar yearly event!

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    Commonwealth: A Novel

    By Ann Patchett

    The line between fiction and autobiography blurs in this wholly satisfying novel.

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