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LitaPB
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full title please

Overheard a book club talking about a book that is non-fiction called "chasing________" what is the second word of the title please?
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Paul_Hochman
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And my memory tickler:  Chasing Shakespeare is the one I remember. I'm looking for the one I forgot.  See my thread: Novel about Shakespeare.