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May 1998
Literary Cavalcade;May98, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p34
Cites some of `Publisher's Weekly' magazine's top audio books for 1997. `Cold Mountain,' by Charles Frazier; `The Perfect Storm,' by Sebastian Junger; Recommended classics.


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