Goodwillie’s debut novel, American Subversive, thrives on its explosive premise: After a bomb, intended to kill a group of oil barons, goes off in a New York City office building, foreign terrorists are suspected. A journalist-turned-blogger learns the bomber’s true identity, and thinks he has a live-wire story on his hands. But when he tracks down the culprit, an intense bond develops.Memoirist-novelist Shapiro is the author of, most recently, Devotion, a book-length investigation of religious beliefs. They’re joined by up-and-comers Elicia Berger and Heather Kristin.
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