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What are you reading now?

Smith "I just read David McCullough's Truman. It is remarkable, amazing. Truman never struck me as being an interesting president or character, but McCullough is the master of bringing history to life. He's one of my literary heroes. I found it completely compelling and engaging. I wish I'd gotten to it sooner.''

SETH GRAHAME-SMITH, author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

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patrick

I have not read a bad book by David McCullough.

Connie

I haven't, either. I have heard his book on the Johnstown flood is great, too.

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