Rebecca Skloot's flawless biography, which is sure to be one of the most talked about books of the year (and deservedly so!), tells the regenerative tale of a forgotten woman, who died young, had her cells unknowingly appropriated by science, and is now rightly "immortalized" by Skloot as being solely responsible for saving the lives of countless people.
We've singled out Skloot's work as one of our Spring Discover Great New Writers selections and you can download it now for $9.99 -- a 61% savings!
Additionally -- as part of More In Store program -- nook owners can download Skloot's exclusive essay detailing her unusual first attempt at writing -- a short story about her time spent working in an animal morgue as a veterinary technician. Also this week: Kate Douglas, the author of the hair-raisingly hot Wolf Tales, gives us an engaging glimpse into the life she led prior to becoming an erotic romance sizzle-star.
So stop by a B&N near you this week where you'll always find More In Store.
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