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Mar 8, 2013 — Matthew Quick's The Silver Linings Playbook, a debut novel that inspired a film, appears at No. 15.
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Oct 29, 2012 — Novelist Matthew Quick finds the funny side of a mental patient's recovery, while Anthony Horowitz reimagines Sherlock Holmes. In nonfiction, comedian Darrell Hammond recounts his traumatic childhood, Regis Philbin tracks his rise to TV greatness, and MTV gets its own history book.
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Jul 15, 2011 — NPR coverage of The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
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Oct 10, 2009 — The protagonist of After, Amy Efaw's new novel for young adults, is a 15-year-old straight-A student and Olympic hopeful who winds up in jail, charged with trying to murder her newborn baby.
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Oct 16, 2008 — Matthew Quick's heart-warming, humorous and soul-satisfying first novel opens as 30-year-old Pat Peoples, a former high school history teacher, is being sprung from a Baltimore mental institution.
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Oct 16, 2008 — Home from a long stay in a mental hospital, the hero in Matthew Quick's debut novel, The Silver Linings Playbook, embarks on a hapless campaign to win back his former wife.
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Sep 29, 2008 — Author and commentator Tim Wise says Sen. Barack Obama's race is still a major factor this election year. Wise is an anti-racism activist whose recent essay, "This Is Your Nation on White Privilege," sparked much conversation.
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