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Literary mainstay Norman Mailer is often credited with creating the "non-fiction novel," a combination of journalism, political intrigue, and the drama of a bestseller. Kojo talks with Mailer and longtime collaborator Lawrence Schiller about everyone from Marilyn Monroe to OJ Simpson to Robert Hanssen.
- Norman Mailer Author and investigative reporter
- Lawrence Schiller Filmmaker; author "Into the Mirror: The Life of Master Spy Robert P. Hanssen" (pub: Harper Collins)
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