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She’s written fourteen novels dealing with different aspects of being a woman. Her latest is about a middle aged woman learning to live and love again after her husband dies. Elizabeth Berg talks with Diane about the unique relationship she has with her readers.
- Elizabeth Berg Author of 14 previous novels, including "Open House" and "The Year of Pleasures."
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