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Daily Camera at 125, still instilling the 'breath of progress into Boulder County'
On the local arts front, author Jon Krakauer penned two monster nonfiction bestsellers. "Into the Wild" (1996) explored the strange and moving story of Chris McCandless, a young man who disappeared into the wilds of Alaska and eventually starved to death.
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Author Krakauer Tackles Sexual Assault In College Towns
Best-selling author Jon Krakauer's “Missoula: Rape and the Justice System In A College Town,” is a chilling book about Missoula, Montana, where several sexual assault cases between students—terribly common in most college towns, Krakauer ...
Regional nonfiction: Jon Krakauer's "Missoula," short stories by Manuel Ramos
New in paper: Lehane, Krakauer, Smiley
This month's critic's pick is World Gone By by Dennis Lehane ( William Morrow , fiction, reprint). Reviewer Don Oldenburg called this World War II-era novel about “retired” gangster Joe Coughlin, the third in a trilogy, “an exceptional read.

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