Jane Harper on "The Lost Man"

Jane Harper's latest mystery is one of our Best Books of February and when she came to Seattle we talked about the Australian Outback, repeat characters, and more.

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Yangsze Choo Ensnares Readers with "The Night Tiger"

A 1930s murder mystery in Malaysia swirls around a houseboy, a dance hall girl, and a restless weretiger in Choo's newest historical novel.

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"It Was the Happiest Writing Experience I’ve Ever Had" - Talking to the Author of "The Silent Patient"

We wanted to learn more about the author of this hot thriller. 

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Amazon Book Review Podcast: Our Interview with Sally Field

The two-time Academy Award-winner visited our offices to talk about her moving memoir, In Pieces. We recorded it!

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"Maid" - A Conversation with Stephanie Land

Our conversation with Stephanie Land, who offers up her story as a primary source for what it is like to work at or below the poverty line, always wanting to get ahead but barely moving the needle.

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Wilco's Jeff Tweedy on "Let's Go (So We Can Get Back)"

The Wilco frontman talks to us about his new memoir, the creative process, and the dark twins of "dad rock" and "dad bods." And I talk about all the things we have in common.

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YA Wednesday: Talking to Holly Black About "The Wicked King"

When Holly Black stopped by the offices recently we talked with her about The Wicked King, a hidden library, and Faerie movies, among other things.

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Robert Jackson Bennett on the Dangers of "Vigilance"

A powerful satire set in 2030 keeps the tension cranked high as citizens are admonished to remain vigilant at all times.

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Welcome Back, Comfort Food: "Danielle Walker's Eat What You Love"

Danielle Walker was in town recently and we sat down to talk about her latest cookbook and her mission to give comfort food back to those with dietary challenges. 

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Amazon Book Review Podcast: Looking Ahead to 2019, and an Interview with Chef Magnus Nilsson

The Amazon Books editors look forward to a new year of reading and Seira Wilson talks to chef Magnus Nilsson about his latest kitchen opus, The Nordic Baking Book.

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The Best Books of the Year: "The Great Alone"

Kristin Hannah's The Great Alone thrilled (and chilled) us with its tale of both fractured family and psyche, making it one of our favorite novels of 2018 . Here's our interview with Hannah, originally published on February 5, 2018.

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The Amazon Book Review Podcast: Our Favorite Mysteries of 2018 and an Interview with Markus Zusak

The Amazon Books editors recap a thrilling year for thrillers, and Seira Wilson talks to Markus Zusak about Bridge of Clay, his long-awaited follow-up to The Book Thief.

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Diane Setterfield's Lively New Novel Explores the Power of Storytelling

Storytelling, the search for lost things, and a tug-of-war between folklore and science spark an unforgettable historical novel that we chose as one of the ten best books of 2018.

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Why John Scalzi's "The Consuming Fire" Isn't About Our World Today...but Maybe Kinda Is

John Scalzi talks with us about our interconnected lives, our willful blindness to realities that don't suit us, and the state of science fiction writing today. And because we weren't discussing only serious stuff, he also told us he has a Twitter handle for his cats called The Scamperbeasts.

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Nora Roberts on Her Post-Apocalyptic Book Series That Remakes the World

Nora Roberts talks about The Chronicles of The One, writing (almost) 50 Eve Dallas "In Death" books, and what she's been reading and recommending.

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