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A.M. Homes: "The Mistress's Daughter"

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The program talks with author A.M. Homes about her latest novel, which explores the nature of adoption and the emotional search for identity and family. Homes’ most recent book is “The Mistress’s Daughter.”


A.M. Homes , author of "This Book Will Save Your Life," "Things You Should Know," "Music for Torching," contributing editor at Vanity Fair, and a writer for The New Yorker, Harper's, McSweeny's and The New York Times


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