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About The Book Report

The Book Report, one of MSNBC's online-only shows, is a conversation series with authors about the subjects they care about and the craft of writing. Hosted by Richard Wolffe, author of several books, and the Executive Editor of msnbc.com. Catch up on past episodes here.

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'Kill City' and the future of architecture

'Kill City' and the future of architecture

03/31/15 08:16AM

Msnbc executive editor Richard Wolffe speaks with Paul Sullivan about his new book, "The Thin Green Line," about the secrets of the wealthy and with Marc Kushner and Ash Thayer about art and architecture. The Book Report airs Tuesdays at 2:00pm ET. watch

How to become a 'Rich Bitch'

How to become a 'Rich Bitch'

03/10/15 08:33AM

Financial news anchor Nicole Lapin discusses her road to financial success and how with 12 steps anyone can rich financial stability. watch

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Being a 'Rich Bitch' and a TV terrorist

03/10/15 07:32AM

Msnbc.com executive editor Richard Wolffe speaks with finance anchor Nicole Lapin about her book "Rich Bitch," and actor Maz Jobrani about his new book, "I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One On TV. The Book Report airs Tuesdays at 2pm ET. watch

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Former Obama aide shares intimate details

02/13/15 08:56AM

Msnbc’s Richard Wolffe chats with an all-star group of authors. Reggie Love shares details from his time as an aide to President Obama, Nicholas Kristof talks improving the world, and Andrew Zimbalist explains the economics behind hosting major... watch

'To Kill a Mockingbird' sequel in the works

'To Kill a Mockingbird' sequel in the works

02/12/15 12:00PM

Earlier in the week, plans were announced that a sequel to Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" will be released. Msnbc's Richard Wolffe talks about the mixed reaction to the news. watch

Is hosting major sporting events a gamble?

Is hosting major sporting events a gamble?

02/12/15 11:56AM

'Circus Maximus' author Andrew Zimbalist explains why hosting opportunities for sporting events such as the Olympics and the World Cup could have a negative economic impact and create  financial instability for a city. watch

Book explores improving the world

Book explores improving the world

02/12/15 11:50AM

Nicholas Kristof explains the inspiration for his book, "A Path Appears" and talks about the "yearning" among people to make a difference and find a sense of fulfillment. watch

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Newest reads: Tech industry giants and the rise and fall of...

01/20/15 08:21AM

Michael Shermer speaks to msnbc.com executive editor Richard Wolffe about the basis of morality, the topic of his book "The Moral Arc: How Science and Reason lead Humanity Toward Truth, Justice, And Freedom." Walter Isaacson, author of “The Innovators”, joins the table to discuss the compelling history of the tech industry and its... watch

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