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Episode Guide

Season 3

Mark Helprin, In Sunlight and In Shadow (#321)

Airs: Friday, April 25
Helprin's novel is a powerful love story and battle against the mafia, played out on the grand ...

Langdon Cook, The Mushroom Hunters (#320)

They take to the woods in droves, after mushrooms and money. Cook takes readers inside the "Wild ...

Elizabeth George, Just One Evil Act (#319)

Inspector Thomas Lynley and Sgt. Barbara Havers pursue a case of child abduction and murder from ...

Paul Harding, Enon (#318)

Pulitzer-winning author Harding takes us back to the town of Enon, where a grieving father ...

Bob Shacochis, The Woman Who Lost Her Soul (#317)

A spy thriller with innumerable twists and turns, where nobody is quite who they seem to be.

Laurie King, The Bones of Paris (#316)

Real bones and real chills in King's latest thriller featuring Inspector Harris Stuyvesant.

Rebecca Eaton, Making Masterpiece (#315)

The Emmy-winning producer of PBS's MASTERPIECE reveals the secrets to Downton Abbey, Sherlock and ...

David Laskin, The Family (#314)

What do the founding of Israel, the Holocaust, and Maidenform bras have in common? The answer is ...

Ivan Doig, Sweet Thunder (#313)

Con man turned crusading journalist Morrie Morgan takes on the Anaconda Copper Mining Company in ...

Jeff Guinn, Manson (#312)

Through first-ever interviews with Manson's sister and others, Guinn offers new insights into the ...

Lee Child, Never Go Back (#311)

In Child's latest thriller, Jack Reacher lands in Virginia to find his old HQ in an uproar, Susan ...

Daniel James Brown, The Boys in the Boat (#310)

A ragtag group of young Americans rowed to gold at the 1936 Olympics, right in the face of Adolph ...

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