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  1. Events: Leigh Bardugo to sign at new Inkwoods location

    09.21 / 15:57 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Books
    Book Talk Historian John Prevas (Hannibal's Oath: The Life and Wars of Rome's Greatest Enemy) will appear at a launch party for his new biography at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at Inkwood Books, 216 S Armenia Ave.,…
  2. What's Emily Ziff Griffin reading?

    09.21 / 15:57 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Books
    Nightstand Emily Ziff Griffin Griffin's first YA novel, Light Years, concerns Luisa, a young woman on the brink of a career as a computer coder who finds herself in the middle of stopping a deadly virus. "The seed of this book comes from my own experience seeing my father die of AIDS as a teenager,'' Griffin…
  3. Notable: Beloved books

    09.21 / 15:57 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Books
    Notable Beloved books Kids and adults will enjoy these new illustrated editions of classic…
  4. Review: Stephen King and son Owen create a terrifying world without women in 'Sleeping Beauties'

    09.21 / 12:54 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Books
    Darkness falls on women in Sleeping Beauties, an apocalyptic thriller by Stephen King and son Owen…
  5. Events: Essayist Robert Rebein to read at USF

    09.14 / 15:36 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Books
    Book Talk East Lake Community Library's Authors Showcase presents Deanna Bennett (Anna: Going to America, Anna: American Journey and Anna: American Dream) discussing her trilogy of historical novels at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at the libary, 4125 East Lake Road, Palm…
  6. Notable: The Great Detective

    09.14 / 15:36 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Books
    Notable The Great Detective Three new books offer very different takes on the influence of Sherlock…
  7. What's Nelson DeMille reading?

    09.14 / 15:36 tampabay.com Tampabay.com-Books
    Nightstand Nelson DeMille DeMille says he became a writer not because he felt he had talent, but for the adventure of it. "I equated writers with guys who got to drink a lot, see the world and who got a lot of women. It was that certain generation,'' said DeMille, 74. "I was inspired by Hemingway and Ian Fleming and…