Louise Erdrich's classic Love Medicine routinely tops lists of favorite book club books. Myself, I will never forget first reading, and loving, her novel The Beet Queen -- it was one of the first books I read after college, when I could suddenly read for pleasure and I was devouring authors wholesale from my local library. Erdrich's new novel, The Plague of Doves has just been released and is garnering wonderful reviews. It began as a short story in the New Yorker, which you can read here and you can listen to her read from here. In the novel, Erdrich tells the story of the town of Pluto, North Dakota, which witnessed the murder of a farm family in the early 1900s and a subsequent act of revenge that continues to haunt the white and Ojibwe residents of the town to this day, in ways they don't even know. Listen to Louise's interview on NPR's Morning Edition here.