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AIR DATE: October 8, 2009

Three writers of horror fiction all have new novels about women who have bad dreams and then decide to make even worse decisions about how to face the future. It's a nightmare but who knew where was such synchronized nightmares. The three authors, Sarah Langan, Alexandra Sokoloff and Rhodi Hawk are in town to read at the Clark County Library but they joined us to talk about their writings.

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