#1730: Paula Hawkins "A Slow Fire Burning" | The Book Show

September 14, 2021 00:27:34
#1730: Paula Hawkins "A Slow Fire Burning" | The Book Show
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#1730: Paula Hawkins "A Slow Fire Burning" | The Book Show
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This week, with one of the longest-running bestselling adult hardcovers in publishing history, “The Girl on the Train,” Paula Hawkins became an international publishing phenomenon. She now unfurls a gripping, twisting story of deceit, murder, and revenge in her latest novel, “A Slow Fire Burning.”

Photo courtesy of Riverhead Books.

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