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NOLA Code:
BTCO 0500 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
12 / 30
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South Florida PBS
Year Produced:
A journey between bookends

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#501 Brad Meltzer - The Nazi Conspiracy
From number one New York Times Bestselling author Brad Meltzer comes the little-known true story of a triple assassination plot that nearly changed history. It’s the story of the Nazi plot at the height of World War Two designed to assassinate three world leaders, President Franklin Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill. Meltzer’s well researched story is filled with political intrigue, body doubles, and daring rescues.

#502 Geraldine Brooks - Horse
Geraldine Brooks is a Pulitzer Prize winning and New York Times Bestselling author of historical fiction. Horse is based on Lexington, the most legendary thoroughbred in American History. Set in both the 1800s and in contemporary times, the novel weaves a sweeping multi layered story of an industry that was a 19th century American obsession built on the backs of enslaved people.

#503 Scott Turow - Suspect
Bestselling legal thriller author Scott Turow introduces a new private investigator in Suspect. She’s Pinky, young, multi-tattooed and multi pierced detective who finds herself in the middle of two mysteries, one professional and one personal. Turow starts the novel with a twist, a female police chief accused of sexual misconduct.

#504 Jonathan Escoffery - If I Survive You
Jonathan Escoffery is the author of the acclaimed story collection, If I Survive You, which was longlisted for the National Book Award. His debut collection follows an immigrant family struggling to make a life in America. At times humorous, at times heartbreaking, Escoffery brings a fresh voice to what it means to be a male, non-white immigrant trying to survive.

#505 Patricia Engel - The Faraway World
From the New York Times bestselling author of Infinite Country, comes Patricia Engel’s award-winning collection of short stories, The Faraway World. The ten stories are a collection about the Latin American diaspora. Engel’s writing is a multi-layered exploration of complicated relationships and characters navigating living in two worlds.

#506 Christina Diaz Gonzalez- The Bluest Sky
Christina Diaz Gonzalez is the award-winning and bestselling author of several novels. The Bluest Sky is the powerful historical novel set in 1980 in Castro’s Cuba. The young adult novel shows the emotional impact of The Mariel Boatlift and a quest for one family’s freedom that is fraught with danger and deception.

#507 Phoebe Zerwick - Beyond Innocence
Beyond Innocence is the gripping story of injustice, incarceration, and failures of the American Justice system. Award winning investigative reporter Phoebe Zerwick has written a powerful account of a black man in a Southern state falsely accused, convicted, and sentenced to life for a brutal crime he didn’t commit.

#508 Robert Watson - Escape
Robert Watson is an award-winning author, professor, and historian who has published over 40 books. Escape is the story of the Confederacy’s infamous Libby prison and the Civil War’s largest jail break. Watson’s well researched historical narrative reads like a thriller and brings to life the ingenuity of the prisoners who undertook the most daring escape in US history.

#509 Lisa Unger - Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six
Lisa Unger is a New York Times and internationally bestselling author of psychological suspense. Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six is a fast paced, multi-level locked-room mystery. Three couples in an isolated luxury cabin in the woods, family secrets, and surprising DNA results is a perfect set up for a thrill ride.

#510 James Grippando - Code 6
Code 6 is a thriller set in the world of Big Data. James Grippando is a New York Times bestselling author and the winner of the Harper Lee Prize. Grippando is creator of the Jack Swyteck series, one of the bestselling legal thriller series in the world. At the heart of Code Six is the question, at what price do we open up our lives to Big Data?

#511 Alka Joshi- The Perfumist of Paris
Alka Joshi is the internationally bestselling author of the Jaipur Trilogy: The Henna Artist, The Secret Keeper of Jaipur and The Perfumist of Paris. Her books have been translated into 29 languages. The Perfumist of Paris is the conclusion to the complicated trilogy of family, relationships, secrets of a young Indian woman making her way from Jaipur to Paris.

#512 Lynne Olson - Empress of the Nile
Lynne Olson is the New York Times Bestselling author of nine books of history. Empress of the Nile is the story of a strong-willed Egyptologist, the young French woman Christiane Desroches-Nobelcourt, who was responsible for the greatest archaeological rescue in history.

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11/2/2023 - 11/1/2025
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