Audio Archives 2019

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Sarah Janssen, senior editor of The World Almanac joins to recap the year and the decade while also filling us in on the 2020 edition of the book!

 

What if ancestry websites could harness  DNA to catch a killer? New York Times-bestselling author Robin Cook explores this hot topic in his latest medical thriller Genesis. Robin joins us to tell us more!

 

Inspired by John Steinbeck’s classic Travels with Charley, author Peter Zheutlin took his rescue dog on a 9,200 mile journey across the United States. He chronicles it all in, The Dog Went Over the Mountain: Travels With Albie: An American Journey! He joined us in late November to discuss the adventure! 

 

This holiday season, when seeing or meeting new people, will you opt for a handshake or go in for a hug? Author Emily Flake, a keen observer of people and New Yorker humorist, joined us to discuss her new book,  That Was Awkward: The Art and Etiquette of the Awkward Hug

 

The updated 2nd edition of the wildly popular Atlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders is here! Co-author Ella Morton joined us Oct 28 to talk all about it!

 

Author Juliette Fay joined us in early October to discuss her book, City of Flickering Light! The novel transports readers back to the golden age of Hollywood!

 

Local author William Smith joined us in studio Sept 16 to fill us in on the latest adventure of Jimmy the Blue Frog. This time around he’s off on a trip to Bermuda! 

 

 Author Pamela Paul joined us Sept 6 just in time for back to school! She co-authored the book, How to Raise A Reader!

 

Any time is the right time for ice cream! Author Deena Jalal joined us late last month to give us the details about her new cookbook, Incredible Vegan Ice Cream: Decadent, All-Natural Flavors Made with Coconut Milk!

 

If you’re firing up the grill, here’s some inspiration from early May. Author Elizabeth Karmel joined us to talk about an irresistible combination, steak and cake! She’s the author of the cookbook, Steak and Cake: More Than 100 Recipes to Make Any Meal a Smash Hit

 

Author Dan Whalen, the food in my beard guy, joined us last month to kick off summer with his new cookbook, S’mores!: Gooey, Melty, Crunchy Riffs on the Campfire Classic!

 

The New York Times bestselling author, and prominent writer and historian, Alex Kershaw commemorates the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion in his new book, The First Wave: The D-Day Warriors Who Led the Way to Victory in World War II

 

 

The Boston Globe reporter Mitchell Zukoff wrote the paper’s lead story on the morning of September 11, 2001. He would continue his reporting for months after, and joined Rob and Lisa in late May to discuss his book, Fall and Rise: The Story of 9/11, the first Comprehensive Nonfiction Narrative of that Terrible Day.

 

Emmy Award Winning writer Neville Frankel joined Rob and Lisa on May 17 to chat about his book, On The Sickle’s Edge, and promote his appearance next Wednesday, May 22, in Duxbury. He’ll be at the Duxbury Senior Center from 12-2 as part of their ongoing Booked For Lunch series!

 

The Julia Child of BBQ, Steven Raichlen, stopped by to kick of May with a discussion of his new book, The Brisket Chronicles: How to Barbecue, Braise, Smoke and Cure the World’s most Epic Cut of Meat!

 

Local author Stacy A Padula, who was raised in Pembroke but now lives in Plymouth, is an educator who works mainly with high school kids. She has written the book, Gripped – Part 1: The Truth We Never Told, a young adult novel chronicling how kids become drug addicts.

 

Local State Rep Josh Cutler joined Rob in studio earlier this month to discuss his new book, Mobtown Massacre: Alexander Hanson and the Baltimore Newspaper War of 1812. You can join Josh in person April 6, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Hanson Public Library where he’ll talk about the book!

 

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