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Hoffert, Barbara; Annichiarico, Mark
February 1994
Library Journal;2/15/1994, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p120
Trade Publication
Interviews four best-selling authors with upcoming books in major fiction genres. They discuss how far genre writers can reach and in what direction, if they are concerned about their literary reputations and what more can be done to get their books to eager readers in libraries. Marcia Muller, mystery; Jayne Anne Krentz, romance; Anne McCaffrey, science fiction; Don Coldsmith, Western.


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