Books & Reading Libraries

David Baldacci: By the Book – NYTimes.com

“The author, most recently, of “The Escape” was a library rat growing up: “Libraries are the mainstays of democracy. The first thing dictators do when taking over a country is close all the libraries, because libraries are full of ideas.” “

“What books are currently on your night stand?

You mean on the floor? I have so many books that I have to stack them on the floor. At the top is “The Woman Who Died a Lot,” by Jasper Fforde. Also in the stack are Raffaella Barker’s “From a Distance” and Helen Rappaport’s “Four Sisters.” I met both of these wonderful writers while I was in England on a book tour. Not only are their works incredible, but sharing their company and hearing their personal stories was equally wonderful.”

David Baldacci presents his book The Camel Clu...
David Baldacci presents his book The Camel Club in Cologne, Germany (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

via David Baldacci: By the Book – NYTimes.com.

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