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December 16, 2011 at 12:43 PM

Christopher Hitchens lives on in print

Fans of the militant pundit are snapping up his books upon word of his death at age 62. The Associated Press reports that two of his books are in the top 100 on Amazon.com as of Friday afternoon, and three are in the top six on Amazon’s list of “Movers and Shakers,” the fastest sellers.

If you’re shopping for yourself or someone else, here are reviews of two Hitchens books that ran in The Seattle Times: “Hitch-22” and “God is Not Great.

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