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A well-regarded novel and a little-known story of a 9/11 victim head up this week’s Rights Available. First up is Lauren Groff‘s well-received novel of the unraveling of a marriage told in competing stories by the husband and wife. It has been pitched as Gone Girl-esque – but with less murder and more domestic drama. Also getting attention around town is Molly Raskin’s 2013 book about Danny Lewin, the Israeli special forces veteran who helped found Akamai Technologies and then was killed in 9/11.
Fates and Furies (Riverhead) by Lauren Groff
Stellar reviews have upped the buzz on this New York Times best-seller about a marriage gone awry.
No Better Time: The Brief, Remarkable Life of Danny Lewin, the Genius Who Transformed the Internet (Da Capo) by Molly Knight Raskin
This year’s 9/11 anniversary has renewed interest in the story of the Israeli special forces veteran and Internet pioneer who was killed trying to stop the terrorists on American Airlines Flight 11, making him the first victim of the attack.
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