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January 10, 2013 at 2:25 PM

Mary Ann Gwinn talks books on Crosscut

You’ve seen Seattle Times book editor Mary Ann Gwinn talking about books and authors on TVW. This week, she also appears on the Crosscut website, in an interview that starts with Jared Diamond’s “The World Before Yesterday,” winds through “Fahrenheit 451” and “The Great Gatsby” and ends with … well, I don’t want to spoil all her reading recommendations.

Looking for a great book or just to spend a few minutes with someone who loves books (at least) as much as you do? Check it out.

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