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Fiona Davis, Author of The Address

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On today's episode, Adam and Jill nerd out with Fiona Davis, author of the new book The Address. Fiona is well known for her debut novel, The Doll House as well as her time on Broadway. Naturally, the trio talk all things books, New York City and musicals. Fiona writes thrilling stories across multiple timelines with the true stars of her books being famous buildings in The Big Apple.

This episode was recorded at The American Library Association Annual Conference in Chicago which is why you'll hear some background noise. Just think, every sound you might hear in the background is created by a librarian! Magical, right?

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