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Book reading by the sea.
Julia Glass has been dubbed the literary world's Cinderella. She became a novelist in her mid-forties and won the prestigious National Book Award for her novel 'Three Junes.'
Since then, her work is well known for the sprawling, intricate maze of family relationships. And her current novel is no exception. Julia Glass drops by to talk about her latest novel, 'The Widower's Tale.'