Fiction

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Crazy Rich Asians is scathingly funny, outrageous at all times, and utterly credible.

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“For about the last ten years British writing has been experiencing a remarkable renaissance in literary fiction. Long may this movement flourish.

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not: Daily Cartoons (1929–1930) is part Barnum, part Cosmos. . . .

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“Historically important as well as wildly entertaining, Wonder Woman the Complete Newspaper Strip (1944–1945) is the find of the year for everyone who loves adventure, history, wom

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“Readers will race through this story.

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These bizarre short stories will have you looking over your shoulder and questioning everything you once thought normal.”

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“. . . the story contains the intrigue, amusement, and intellectual challenge that Ms. Andrews reliably delivers.

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“Now that the silence has been broken, let’s hope others will continue the conversation, embracing every aspect of what it means to be human in our lives and our art.”

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Embracing the full gamut of teenage emotion and vernacular, Hero Complex is a mystery filled with suspense and intrigue to devour with relish.”

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“Just when you think you have it all figured out, Jacobson throws up a dead end sign and you have to back out of what you thought was the right path to turn down.

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The Hilltop is recommended to all readers who enjoy a good story grounded in current events.”

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“Working with historian and curator Russ Cochran, Dark Horse has created a beautiful book to introduce the world of Alley Oop to everyone.”

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“Yes, Some Luck may read like the slow drip of a farmhouse faucet. Yup. Let’s say you say that. Just get a bucket under it, and let it accumulate.

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A Demon Summer is a hard-to-put down mystery.”

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“This ambitious but beautifully executed historical novel captures the life and times of half a millennium ago, and with the above parallels, draws us closer to today’s publishing revolutio

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“. . . one woman’s search for the truth of her brother’s death at the risk of her own life.”

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“The ‘everyone’ characters in the book help the central characters weather their personal storms, making the novel heartwarming and inspiring. . .

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“The author leaves us with good launch material into the next volume.

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Strong Darkness is a gritty, fast-paced, and unpredictable tale that will both enlighten and enthrall its readers.”

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“All of the stories are unsettling and most conclude with a shock or, at the least, a disturbing revelation or observation. The 20 stories that comprise Mr.

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“Unfortunately, there are too many horrors in the world, and we have become too numbed by traditional storytelling. We need books like this one to slap us in the face.”

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The Betrayers succeeds by combining thought provoking ethical dilemmas with dramatic tension in an engaging prose style and is enthusiastically recommended.”

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Alice Simpson’s debut novel promises to be an interesting read [but] Ballroom doesn’t quite deliver on the promise.”

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In this sparkling new entry in M. C.

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Little Melba and Her Big Trombone is a finger-popping slice of history that offers a peep-hole into the little-known world of a female jazz players of the 1920s.”

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