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In Megan Abbott's smart new thriller,†GIVE ME YOUR HAND, Kit Owens,†a rising star in a famous laboratory can track her success back to the one person in her life she'd like to forget. And that person doesn't want to leave Kit alone. "It will take more than a cold shower to still the blood thumping in your ears when you finish this," our reviewer writes in a starred review. Megan and Clay catch up with Megan on this week's episode. Jump over to MeUndies.com/KIRKUS for your TWENTY PERCENT OFF your first pair, FREE shipping and a ONE HUNDRED PERCENT Satisfaction Guarantee Visit GetQuip.com/Kirkus to get your first Quip Toothbrushes refill pack FREE!

Fully Booked by Kirkus Reviews
00:55:00 7/17/2018

Past Episodes

Acclaimed journalist Dave Cullen changed the way we think and talk about mass shootings with a definitive account of the 1999 Columbine massacre and its aftermath. On this week's Fully Booked, he joins us to discuss Parkland: Birth of a Movement, a heartbreaking and hopeful chronicle of the student-led revolution launched just hours after the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our editors join later in the episode with their top picks in books this week.
01:05:41 2/18/2019
You may have heard of Hedy Lamarr ... but what you don't know about the glamorous movie star might shock you. On this week's Fully Booked, historical novelist Marie Benedict joins us to discuss The Only Woman in the Room, a New York Times bestseller based on the incredible true story of Lamarr's escape from Austria, journey to Hollywood, and invention of a secret weapon against Nazi Germany that made her a pioneer in wireless communications. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:48:04 2/11/2019
In Elizabeth McCracken's latest novel, a woman seemingly drops from the sky (she's discovered in a cemetery, with a bowling ball, a candlepin, and fifteen pounds of gold nearby). On this week's episode, McCracken drops by the recording studio to discuss Bowlaway, the story of three generations of alley owners in a small Massachusetts town, and touches on genealogy, the Great Molasses Flood of 1919, and nearly life-sized, fully articulated wooden women, in fiction and the home. And our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:42:10 2/4/2019
With the money she made from her first book, Cowboys Are My Weakness, 31-year-old Pam Houston bought a 120-acre ranch near the headwaters of the Rio Grande. She joins us on this week's episode?25 years later?to discuss Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country, a profound new essay collection expressing a deep appreciation for the lessons she learned from the land.
00:55:21 1/28/2019
Kristen Roupenian proved short stories can go viral. Soon after publication in the New Yorker, "Cat Person" became a full-fledged cultural phenomenon?the magazine's second "most popular" piece of 2017, right behind Ronan Farrow's Harvey Weinstein exposť?forever altering Roupenian's life. She joins us on this week's podcast to discuss that experience, power dynamics in a patriarchy, and her debut short story collection, You Know You Want This; and our editors offer their top picks in books this week.
00:52:19 1/21/2019
Self-proclaimed skeptic Victoria Loustalot's first encounter with a real-life psychic left her with more questions than answers. But when some of the seer's predictions came true, Loustalot began an earnest investigation into the "modern mystical complex." She joins us on this week's episode to discuss her witty, wondrous third memoir, Future Perfect: A Skeptic's Search for an Honest Mystic, and our editors share their top picks in book this week.
00:58:35 1/14/2019
Ultrabestselling novelist Brad Meltzer is back with a thrilling new nonfiction based on little-known fact, The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot Against George Washington and the Birth of American Counterintelligence. On this episode, Meltzer speaks candidly with Clay and Megan about the plot against the General, plot (in general), and working with longtime collaborator Josh Mensch. And our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:58:19 1/7/2019
One need not be a royalist to enjoy Lucy Worsley's radiant new biography of Queen Victoria, the "hard-working, energetic, [and] resilient" woman who saved the status of the British monarchy. Worsley, an English historian, author, curator, and television presenter, joins us on this week's Fully Booked for a spirited discussion of Queen Victoria: Twenty-Four Days That Changed Her Life, and our editors name their most anticipated books and trends of 2019.
00:55:47 12/31/2018
Happy holidays, Fully Booked fans! In this special episode, Clay and Megan reintroduce two of their favorite 2018 interviews ? Susan Orlean and David Sedaris. Thanks for listening! We'll see you in the new year.
00:53:50 12/24/2018
Investigative journalist Christopher Goffard's stories grab you, shake you, and don't let go. On this week's Fully Booked, Goffard joins Clay and Megan to discuss Dirty John and Other True Stories of Outlaws and Outsiders, "a collection of swift-flowing pieces about outliers, liars, victims, and victimizer" (Kirkus) whose unforgettable titular tale inspired a megapopular podcast and Bravo TV show. Nonfiction editor Eric Liebetrau rounds out the hour with continuing coverage of the Best Books of 2018.
00:53:56 12/17/2018

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