Sue Miller Takes 'The Lake Shore Limited' through post-9/11 American landscape
Bestselling literary fiction authors Sue Miller, Scott Spencer, and Aimee Bender took the stage at the 2010 Miami Book Fair International to discuss and read from their latest hits. With an introduction by Chauncey Mabe, book editor for South Florida's Sun-Sentinel, Sue Miller began the event by framing the premise and characters of her novel before reading a passage from The Lake Shore Limited, recently released in trade paperback (Vintage; May, 2011).
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