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Show # 72 – 12/07/12

 

Welcome to Kari Moran’s BookRadio Show!

 

Each week, you’ll hear about three new and notable

 

Non-Fiction, Literary Fiction and Self-Help Books

 

So, speakers on! For an engaging and informative hour of conversations with Kari's Guest Authors

 

John Homans



Attica Locke



Susannah Cahalan

 

 

Click on the Player Below to Hear This Week’s Show

  

 

 


 

 

Chapter 1: Non-Fiction

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“WHAT'S A DOG FOR?”

The Surprising History, Science, Philosophy, and Politics of Man's Best Friend


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Canine culture in America is evolving. No longer are our pets roaming around in the backyard or wandering the neighborhood. In the U-S alone, an estimated 77 million pet pooches have become members of the family, many are treated like surrogate children. But how has modern life affected the dog? What are a dog's rights? What about the morality of "puppy mills" and "no kill" shelters? Kari talks with New Yorker John Homans about how his adopted black Lab "Stella" inspired his investigation of "Man's Best Friend" and what they teach us about love, death and morality.

 

 

 




Chapter 2: Literary-Fiction

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“THE CUTTING SEASON”


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When Los Angeles novelist Attica Locke visited a famous plantation to attend a wedding a few years ago, she was profoundly moved. She knew that one day she would write a story centered on just such a place. In her sophomore novel "The Cutting Season", Locke offers an historically rich mystery about two families and two murders a century apart…it all takes place at the "Belle Vie" Plantation in Louisiana where the locals, both Blacks and Whites, deal with race and class in the Post-Katrina South.

 

 

 




Chapter 3:“All About e”


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Chapter 4: Self-Help

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“BRAIN ON FIRE”

My Month of Madness


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Imagine what it would be like to slowly lose your mind…developing a range of harrowing neurological symptoms including psychosis and violent seizures that baffle doctors and trigger a month in a hospital with no memory of it at all? It happened to then-24 year old "New York Post" Reporter Susannah Cahalan. Cahalan's ultimate diagnosis of a rare autoimmune "brain attack" includes the very latest developments in cutting edge treatment…and sage advice about the importance of patient advocacy and getting second opinions. Autoimmune disease afflicts 50 million Americans…most of them women. Research continues and could have implications for treating Alzheimer's and other mental disorders.


 

 




Chapter 5: The Reader’s Round-up

 

Kari asks Books Fans “what are you reading...would you recommend it?