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Amazon.com star reviewer Henry Raddick has taken to the airwaves. Raddick can be heard reading from a selection of his celebrated reviews on WPR's To The Best of Our Knowledge in a program devoted to arts criticism.

"There are a few secrets I should keep to myself," says Raddick, whose confessional style and knowledge of the darker areas of Amazon.com's book catalog has seen him shoot into the Top 100 most popular Amazon.com reviewers.

Asked why he gives so many books five out of five stars, Raddick tells interview Steve Paulson:-

"I Am Puppy Hear Me Yap - that cries out for five stars, doesn't it?"

The show's page is here, and a direct audio stream can be found here [Real Audio stream]. Raddick starts 37:50 minutes into the broadcast.

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