Wednesday, December 28, 2011 at 11:48 AM
Just in time for New Year's reading, Stewart O'Nan returns with a captivating look at the life of a widow, while Deborah Harkness offers a tale of magical mayhem unleashed by a manuscript at Oxford. In nonfiction, Karen Armstrong invites readers to deepen their compassion and Amy Chua offers a call to arms for "Tiger Mothers."
Fiction and nonfiction releases from Stewart O'Nan, Deborah Harkness, Karen Armstrong and Amy Chua. [Copyright 2011 National Public Radio]
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