Isabel Allende and William Gordon

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Marin-based mystery writer William Gordon dedicates his latest book to his wife, internationally acclaimed author Isabel Allende. He writes that Allende "created the space for me to hear the voices." Michael Krasny talks with the couple about their work and life together, and about Gordon's latest novel: a noir mystery set in the Bay Area in the early 1960s. Are you part of a literary or otherwise artistic couple? What are the perks and challenges?

Guests:

Isabel Allende, author of books including "The House of the Spirits," "Of Love and Shadows" and "The Infinite Plan"

William Gordon, mystery writer, trial lawyer and author of the new novel "King of the Bottom"

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