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    • Susan Isaacs interview, 2001

    • Women detectives - New York (State) - Long Island - Fiction; Organized crime - Fiction; Missing persons - Fiction; Widows - Fiction; Nassau County (N.Y.) - Fiction; Long Island (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Susan Isaacs discusses her novel, “Long Time No See.” She begins by explaining that this book is a sequel to “Compromising Positions” which follows her main character detective Judith Singer. She talks about how she wanted Judith to grow...
    • Joyce Harrington interview

    • Murder mystery - Fiction; Loss (Psychology) - Fiction; Psychopaths - Fiction
    • Joyce Harrington discusses her novels, “Family Reunion,” and “No One Knows My Name.” She begins by explaining how she got started writing murder mystery novels. She talks about submitting her short stories to magazines, and winning the...
    • Barbara Ferraro and Patricia Hussey interview, 1984 August

    • Ferraro, Barbara; Hussey, Patricia, 1949-; Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur - United States - History - 20th century; Catholic Church - United States - History - 1965-; Catholic Church - Doctrines; Ex-nuns - United States - Biography; Abortion -...
    • Barbara Ferraro and Patricia Hussey discuss their book, “No Turning Back.” They begin by explaining that they are both former nuns in the Catholic Church. Ferraro talks about the Church’s taking away of individuality, spirit, femininity,...
    • Julia O' Faolain interview, 1986

    • Ireland - Fiction; Americans - Ireland - Fiction
    • Julia O' Faolain discusses her book, “No Country for Young Men.” She begins by explaining that the theme of the novel is, “the dead hand of the past, which in Ireland never lets you go.” The book follows the story of an old nun who is...
    • Stewart Stern interview, 1989 September

    • Newman, Paul, 1925-2008 - Criticism and interpretation; Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983 - Film and video adaptations; Glass menagerie (Motion picture : 1987); Motion pictures - Production and direction - Case studies; American drama - Film and video...
    • Stewart Stern discusses his book, “No Tricks in My Pocket.” He begins by explaining that he wrote the film, “The Glass Menagerie” which was directed by Paul Newman. He talks about his close friendship with Newman, and his hesitation to...
    • William Rusher interview, 1984 June

    • Conservatism - United States - History - 20th century; United States - Politics and government - 1945-1989
    • William Rusher begins the interview describing how he became a conservative and then goes on to define modern American conservative thought. He argues that a proper understanding, a conservative understanding, of man’s nature, generally, requires...
    • Richard Matheson interview

    • Bradbury, Ray, 1920-; What dreams may come (Motion picture); The incredible shrinking man [Motion picture]; Somewhere in time (Motion picture); Sexual politics; Feminism
    • Richard Matheson discusses his book, “Woman.” He begins by discussing the plot, which opens on the night of the Emmys, as David and his wife Liz, who is an Emmy-nominated producer of a popular television show, are hosting a party at their home....
    • Doris Kearns Goodwin interview

    • Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962; World War, 1939-1945 - United States; Presidents - United States - Biography; Presidents' spouses - United States - Biography; United States - History - 1933-1945
    • Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses her book, “No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II." Goodwin describes Franklin and Eleanor’s relationship and Franklin’s fear of fire. She talks about Harry Hopkins,...
    • Peter Maas interview

    • Indianapolis (Cruiser); World War, 1939-1945 - Naval operations, American; Shipwrecks - Pacific Ocean
    • Peter Maas discusses Richard F. Newcomb’s book, “Abandon Ship!” He begins by explaining how the book is about the sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis naval cruiser in Japanese waters on July 29, 1945. Maas compares the book to a Greek...
    • Florence Weiner interview, 1993 October

    • People with disabilities - United States; People with disabilities - Services for - United States
    • Florence Weiner discusses her book, “No Apologies.” She begins by explaining that the book is written for those with a disability, their loved ones, or anyone who wants to better understand people with disabilities. She goes on to discuss an...
    • Lenore Hershey interview

    • Hershey, Lenore; Ladies’ home journal; Journalists - United States - Biography
    • Lenore Hershey discusses her autobiography, “Between the Covers.” She begins by explaining that her book focuses around her time as the Editor for the Ladies’ Home Journal magazine. She talks about how she worked her way up to becoming...
    • Daisy Wademan interview, 2004

    • Success - Psychological aspects; Character; Virtues
    • Daisy Wademan discusses her book, “Remember Who You Are.” She begins by explaining how her book is a compilation of essays given by Harvard Business School professors to their classes. She talks about her methods of meeting with the...
    • Roger Rosenblatt interview, 2002

    • National characteristics, American; Social values - United States; United States - Civilization; United States - Civilization - Philosophy
    • Roger Rosenblatt discusses his book, “Where We Stand: 30 Reasons for Loving Our Country.” Rosenblatt shares where he was during the September 11, 2001 (9/11) attack and his thoughts on Rudy Giuliani. He then goes on to discuss the United...
    • Nicolas Slonimsky interview, 1988

    • Musicians - United States - Biography; Lexicographers - United States - Biography
    • Nicolas Slonimsky discusses his book, “Perfect Pitch: A Life Story.” Slonimsky talks about the time he was the piano teacher of the niece and nephew of the Russian czar and describes “perfect pitch.” He also talks about his Jewish...
    • Kimberla Lawson Roby interview, 2000

    • Married women - Fiction; Spouses of clergy - Fiction; African American women - Fiction; African American clergy - Fiction
    • Kimberla Lawson Ruby discusses her book, “Casting the First Stone,” which is a book that is very universal and applicable in order that readers can relate to it. Her book describes the life of a minister’s family that loses their focus on...
    • Charles Rappleye interview, 2011

    • Brown, Moses, 1738-1836; Brown, John, 1736-1803; Brown family; Merchants - Rhode Island - Providence - Biography; Slave trade - Rhode Island - Providence - History; Slavery - Rhode Island - Providence - History; Providence (R.I.) - Biography; Rhode...
    • Charles Rappleye discusses his book, “Sons of Providence.” He begins by explaining that this book is a biography of the brothers John and Moses Brown. He talks about how the Browns founded Brown University because there were no other Baptist...
    • Robert Blanchard and Melinda Blanchard interview

    • Blanchard, Robert, 1951-; Blanchard, Melinda, 1952-; Entrepreneurs - United States - Biography; Entrepreneurs - Anguilla - Biography; Restaurateurs - Anguilla - Biography; Conduct of life; Vermont - Biography; Anguilla - Biography
    • Melinda and Robert Blanchard discuss their autobiography, “Live What You Love.” The pair begins by talking about the four main characteristics that a successful entrepreneur should have: passion, the right people, a good environment, and...
    • Didi Conn interview, 1998

    • Grease (Motion picture); Film adaptations - History and criticism
    • Didi Conn discusses her book, “Frenchy’s Grease Scrapbook.” She begins by explaining that she is the actress that played the character Frenchy in the motion picture adaptation of “Grease.” The book is a compilation of photographs...
    • Gary Heavin interview, 2003 July

    • Women - Health and hygiene; Exercise; Physical fitness; Diet; Nutrition; Health
    • Gary Heavin discusses his book, “Curves.” He begins by talking about different popular diets that people are doing today and why they don’t work. He talks about how no one should restrict entire food groups from their diet permanently. ...
    • Greg Critser interview

    • Population Groups - psychology - United States - Popular Works; Health Policy - United States - Popular Works; Health Behavior - United States - Popular Works; Drug Industry - economics - United States - Popular Works; Drug Industry - economics -...
    • Greg Critser discusses his book, “Generation Rx.” He begins by distinguishing between chronic diseases and their prevention and treatments versus acute infectious diseases. He explains that for infectious diseases, such as Polio there is an...

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