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Dutton's nurtures LA bookworms at two separate locations tonight.Wednesday, November 17 at 7:00 Dutton’s Brentwood

Tara Bray Smith signs "West of Then," a memoir about searching for her mentally ill mother on the streets of Hawaii.

Meanwhile at 7:00 Dutton’s Beverly Hills, a completely different type of island girl, Nigella Lawson, signs her latest book "Feast: Food to Celebrate Life."

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On Friday, November 19 at 7:00 Dutton’s Brentwood

Roddy Doyle signs "Oh, Play That Thing"

“Terrorist Henry Smart, the memorable IRA antihero of Doyle’s superb sixth novel (A Star Called Henry, 1999) makes an imperfect conquest of America in this widely ranging sequel.