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*At Landmarks Hearing, Strand Asks for "Conservation Easement" on Facade Instead but Commissioner Is Dubious (Gothamist)
*NYT Prominently Flags "Update" That Mallory's Outline Was Written Before Sarah Denzil Began Similar Book (NYT)
*Though the Guardian Already Broke McCabe Book Embargo, Advance 60 Minutes Remarks Draw Attention (NYT)
*Amazon Will Not Build Headquarters in NYC Due to Local Opposition (Amazon)
*Mallory's The Woman in the Window Called "Strikingly Similar" to Denzil's Saving April (NYT)
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Fiction: Debut: Alex Landragin's CROSSINGS, pitched as in the vein of Cloud Atlas or Life After Life, where 17th-Century star-crossed lovers from a Polynesian island, who have the ability to leap into the bodies of others, search for one another as they journey through 18th century Paris, inhabiting the likes of Charles Baudelaire, Walter Benjamin, Coco Chanel, longing to reunite while a sinister killer chases them across history, to Michael Homler at St. Martin's, in a good deal, at auction, by Susan Golomb at Writers House (NA).
*A Common Disaster  by Jennifer Marie Donahue
Offered by: Laura Strachan (Strachan Literary Agency)  |  Posted: Today
*In the Matter of Nikola Tesla: A Romance of the Mind (Limited Scripted Series)  by NYT Bestselling Author Anthony Flacco
Offered by: SHARLENE MARTIN (Martin Literary & Media Management)  |  Posted: Yesterday
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