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*Sheryl Sandberg Finishing Up New Book On Grief and Healing, "Option B" (Recode)
*Following Criticism of New Yorker Excerpt, "Clarifications" Made to Siddhartha Mukherjee's Book, "The Gene" (WSJ)
*Newly-Found Michael Crichton Paleontology Novel "Dragon Teeth" Sold to Harper for 2017 Publication (PM Deals)
*Donna Brazile and Powerful Friends Closing Deal for "The Colored Girls" with SMP (Washington Post)
*First African American to Win the Pulitzer James Alan McPherson, 72, Dies of Respiratory Failure (NPR)
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Fiction: General/Other: The late Michael Crichton's DRAGON TEETH, following the rivalry between real-life paleontologists Edward Drinker Cope and Othniel Charles Marsh during a time of intense fossil speculation and discovery in the American West in 1878, told through the adventures of a young fictional character named William Johnson who is apprenticed first to one, then to the other and not only makes discoveries of historic proportion, but transforms into an inspiring hero, found in the Michael Crichton Archives by his widow Sherri, who says it "was clearly a very important book for Michael," to Jonathan Burnham and Jennifer Barth at Harper, for publication in May 2017, by Sherri Crichton's CrichtonSun through Sloan Harris and Jennifer Joel at ICM, and Michael S. Sherman of Reed Smith (world English).
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