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Podcast: Kristin Hannah

Author Kristin Hannah. Photo by Charles Bush

Author Kristin Hannah. Photo by Charles Bush

Next up in our National Book Festival author podcast series is Kristin Hannah. Sheryl Cannady of the Library talks to Hannah about her latest book, “The Nightingale,” which she says is “about ordinary women showing extraordinary courage in very dark times.”

Listen to the podcast here.

Every Tuesday and Thursday we’ll share conversations with authors who will be presenting at this year’s National Book Festival on Sept. 24. Kristin Hannah will appear on the Fiction I Stage, sponsored by AARP. Make sure to visit this site, then download and listen to a new conversation with a terrific author twice a week until the festival.

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