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The focus of March's Utah Lit book club conversation will be Colorado writer BK Loren's debut novel, "Theft." It's the story of Willa Robbins, a master tracker who is working to reintroduce the wolf to Western states. Police seek her help in finding her brother, a confessed murderer, which means she must reconcile her desire to see him while overcoming guilt about their family's violent past. Promoters label it a story "about family, about loss and a search for answers."

Watch for The Tribune's feature on the novel posted online and printed in the Arts section on Sunday, March 23, and join us for the online Trib Talk book discussion on Friday, March 28, at 12:15 p.m.

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