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The Big Idea: Kent Davis

History — or possibly, “history” — is not necessarily as done a deal as it seems in retrospect. Or so Kent Davis might suggest, in reference to his latest novel, A Riddle in Ruby: The Changer’s Key. KENT DAVIS: History has never been inevitable. There’s this apocryphal story that Francis Bacon, one of the trailblazers of […]
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