Tomes cue Quill wins

Zeitchik, Steven
September 2007
Daily Variety;9/11/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 50, p4
Trade Publication
The article announces the recipients of the Quill Book Awards to several notable people including Cormac McCarthy for his post-apocalyptic novel "The Road," Diane Setterfield author of the ghost story "The Thirteenth Tale," and Al Gore in the history/current events/politics category for "The Assault of Reason."


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