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Guest Host: Katty Kay
The author of “The Time Traveler’s Wife” returns with a new novel set near a famed London cemetery. It’s a mystery, a ghost story, and a love story rolled into one.
Audrey Niffenegger stayed after the show to answer a few questions we couldn’t get to on the air.
- Audrey Niffenegger a visual artist and a guide at Highgate Cemetery; author of "The Time Traveler's Wife" and two illustrated novels, "The Three Incestuous Sisters" and "The Adventuress."
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