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Walter Mosley is known for writing crime novels. But his latest book, Touched, is science fiction. It involves the Big Bang, threats to the planet, and even class divides in the U.S.

Walter Mosley on sci-fi, contagion, and NY v. LA

Walter Mosley is known for writing crime novels. But his latest book, Touched, is science fiction. It involves the Big Bang, threats to the planet, and even class divides in the U.S.

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