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Topic - Peter Carey
There is something mesmerizing about Peter Carey's novels. His latest work, "The Chemistry of Tears" is no exception. The tale of a grief-stricken horologist and her restoration of a 19th-century automaton is a tale of loss, loneliness and the magic of imagination and inspiration.
Six writers, including two-time winner Peter Carey and bookies' favorite Tom McCarthy, were in the running Tuesday for literature's prestigious Booker Prize.
Australian writer Peter Carey moved closer to a literary hat trick Tuesday when he was named a finalist for fiction's prestigious Booker Prize, an award he has already won twice.
Mr. Carey said officials had no plans to release the numbers of homes destroyed — insisting that residents have a right to be told first, in private.
Colorado Springs police Chief Peter Carey said Mr. Obama's visit to Colorado, considered a key battleground state in the presidential election, would not tax the city's already-strained police force.