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Posted by David Mehegan  January 10, 2008 11:03 AM

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Publishers Weekly reports that Andover novelist Mary McGarry Morris, author of bestsellers "A Dangerous Woman" and "Songs in Ordinary Time," has left her longtime publisher, Viking, after six books to move to Shaye Areheart books, part of the Random House empire.

Oprah Winfrey-laureate Morris, profiled in the Globe March 9, 2005, has a deal for two books. The first, to be titled "the Last Secret," is due out in the spring of next year.

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