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Book Review: 'Where Tigers Are At Home'

Alan Cheuse reviews Where Tigers Are At Home by Jean-Marie Blas de Robles.
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'Bones' Inspires A New Generation Of Crime Fighters

Kathy Reichs, the writer and scientist behind the TV show Bones, is back with a new novel for young adults. Code: A Virals Novel stars Tory Brennan, great-niece of Reich's famed crime-solving heroine Tempe Brennan. Reichs discusses the book, co-written with Brendan Reichs.
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Book News: Geithner Writing 'Behind The Scenes' Story Of The Financial Crisis

Also: Tan Twan Eng wins the Man Asian prize; Aaron Swartz posthumously honored by the American Library Association; Sheryl Sandberg on Madeleine L'Engle.
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'Bankers' New Clothes' Leave Too Little Skin In The Game

Anat Admati, finance professor at Stanford and co-author of a new book on American banks, argues that banks carry too much debt and have too little equity. Government support allows them to hide their risky behavior, distorting the economy as a whole, she says.
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Sheryl Sandberg: "Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead" (Rebroadcast)

Only twenty-one of the Fortune 500 chief executives are women. Facebook C.O.O. Sheryl Sandberg on how women hold themselves back in the workplace and what to do about it.

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Book News: Apple CEO Ordered To Testify In E-Book Price Fixing Case

Also: Advice on reading Vladimir Nabokov; fresh opportunities for Twitter poetry; and a new literary award.
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Book Review: 'A Tale For The Time Being'

Alan Cheuse reviews the novel A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki.

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