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Bookstore in Lenox Event 2/9: "Fourteen Days"

"Fourteen Days" is a collaborative novel from the Authors Guild, with an unusual twist: each character in this diverse, eccentric cast of New York neighbors has been secretly written by a different, major literary voice — from Margaret Atwood and Celeste Ng to Tommy Orange and John Grisham.

Roxanna Robinson, Rachel Vail, and Mary Pope Osborne will be celebrating the release of the book, "Fourteen Days" this Friday, February 9 at 6 p.m. at The Bookstore in Lenox. To tell us more this morning, we welcome co-editor Douglas Preston, Rachel Vail, and Mary Pope Osbourne.

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