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When Michael Connelly decided to set his 20th crime novel, “The Scarecrow,” amid the wreckage of the American newspaper industry, he didn’t know how much grief he was letting himself in for: He had to yank his thriller back from his publisher not once but twice as his death-of-newspapers angle was overtaken by events.

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