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  1. ‘Cartel’ Author Spins A Grand Tale Of Mexico’s Drug Wars : NPR

    Novelist Don Winslow spent 10 years researching the Mexican drug wars. His new novel, The Cartel, reveals "a new generation of cartel leaders that are more violent, more sadistic" than ever before.


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  2. Interview: Kevin Kruse, Author Of ‘One Nation Under God’ : NPR

    Kevin Kruse's book looks at how industrialists in the '30s and '40s recruited clergy to preach free enterprise. And under the Eisenhower administration, Christianity and capitalism moved center stage.


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  3. 25 Years After Art Heist, Empty Frames Still Hang In Boston’s Gardner Museum : NPR

    On March 18, 1990, robbers stole $500 million in art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Author Stephen Kurkjian explains why anyone would bother to steal work so priceless it couldn't be sold.


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  4. Interview: Philip Shenon, Author Of ‘A Cruel And Shocking Act’ : NPR

    It's been 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and polls show that a majority of Americans still believe Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy, not a lone assassin. Philip Shenon, author of A Cruel and Shocking Act, explores what keeps these conspiracy theories alive.


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  5. Plot To Poison Famed French Wine Makes For Gripping (Pinot) Noir : NPR

    In Shadows in the Vineyard Maximillian Potter tells the true story of the legendary Romanée-Conti vineyard — and how it was held up for a 1 million euro ransom.


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  6. How Ronald Reagan Used An ‘Invisible Bridge’ To Win Over Americans : NPR

    Rick Perlstein's new book describes how Reagan emerged as the leader of a potent political movement during the turbulent mid-'70s. He says the soul of Reagan's appeal was how he made people feel good.


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  7. Interview: Carl Hoffman, Author Of ‘Savage Harvest’ : NPR

    The son of one of America's wealthiest families disappeared off the island of New Guinea in 1961. Writer Carl Hoffman explains how he thinks Rockefeller died and why the truth was kept hidden.


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