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The No. 2 Global Detective

by Toby Clements

Cuff College of Transgression and Pathology, Oxford. The quiet of the evening is shattered by the discovery of a Body In The Library. The police are Baffled. Tom Hurst, a junior lecturer at the College, breaking...


The Sleepworker

by Cyrille Martinez & Joseph Patrick Stancil

"As New York, capital of the twentieth century, recedes from memory, it becomes more like Paris; we flock to it to pay tribute to the great things that once happened there. New York is now a miasma of apocryphal...


I need a new bum

by Dawn McMillan & Ross Kinnaird

I need a new bum! Mine's got a crack. I can see in the mirror a crack in the back. What to do when you need a new bum? Should you get one that's blue or yellow spotted? A Chevy bum, a rocket bum that's all fire...


School Board

by Mike Freedman

"School Board is a total joy to read, as full of sass and subversive brass as its 18-year-old hero, the political neophyte and Houston school board candidate Tucker 'Catfish' Davis ... I hope School Board is...


Raising Jake

by Charlie Carillo

The best kind of journey, one you don't want to end. . .funny, moving. --Mike Lupica, New York Times bestselling author of Heat

In Charlie Carillo's funny, insightful novel, a divorced man gets to know his seventeen-year-old...


13 & 17

by Gianmarco Mecozzi

Due alieni, 13 e 17, invadono la Terra. Il loro saltare da un corpo umano a un altro porta gli ospiti a parlare di sé; e cosa ne ricavano i due ET? Che l'uomo sta rovinando la propria casa prima ancora di averne...


Cinderella Killer, The

by Simon Brett

A Christmas production of Cinderella is marred by a series of killings in the waspishly funny new Charles Paris mystery

Landing a minor part in the Empire Theatre Eastbourne’s Christmas production of Cinderella,...


Hit and Run

by Sandra Balzo

AnnaLise’s philandering father’s attempt to ‘do right’ by his many heirs goes deadly wrong

Journalist AnnaLise Griggs' return to her hometown in North Carolina's western mountains has led to some unexpected...


Rip Van Winkle

by Washington Irving

To escape his nagging wife, a henpecked villager goes rambling through the Catskills and encounters mysterious strangers with a powerful liquor. Twenty years later, Rip Van Winkle awakens to find his world...


Snatched

by Bill James

Bill James is on top form in this sharply satirical black comedy set behind the scenes at a museum

George Lepage, the new Director of the Hulliborn Regional Museum and Gallery, has great hopes that his tenure...


When the Drumming Stops

by Steven Wishnia

Bass player and rapidly aging punk rocker Underend Vicodini is an unlikely hero. He loves New York City like nobody's business but does it still love him despite his lack of affluence and influence? His former...


Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock 'n' Roll Group

by Ian F. Svenonius

"Proscriptive how-to advice ranges over a wide number of subjects (e.g., sex, band photos, etc.) and can be seen both as skewering the cultural idolatry associated with rock and as genuine counsel. Verdict:...


Penultimate Chance Saloon, The

by Simon Brett

Soul searching was an unfamiliar exercise to Bill Stratton, and he found it intriguing as well as painful. He hadn't had much occasion for it in his life, given that he was fairly shallow, but then, on the verge...


The Amours & Alarums of Eliza MacLean

by Annie Warwick

Victoria Eliza Annie MacLean can?t escape actors. Her father Richard, who raised her in a bohemian and somewhat morally negligent household, is a famous actor. Her childhood playmate and ?prince? Billy is inspired...


Help Wanted: Female

by Sara Pritchard

So there was all that: the ordinary twill of life; the ho-hum sturm und drang of the workplace: the ubiquitous absurdities, the annoying co-workers, the bloody deadlines and even bloodier bottom lines; the bland,...


Cokcraco

by Paul Williams

"From da kokroach point of view, humans are irrelvant. Kokroaches no like em. Doan want em. Do not even tink bout em. Doan care for deh conversations. Books we like to eat, not read. We wish humans dead so we...


Hairdresser on Fire

by Daniel LeVesque

This is not a hair book. It's a dark comedy of a spiritual misfit, a child with a dream born into the wrong town. Religious cults, corporate cults, insane clients—Francis can't catch a break. Francis has observed...


Whose A&& Is That?

by Marylu Zuk & Traycee Bosle

Filled with whimsical illustrations and witty rhyme, Whose A&& Is That? encourages women to laugh at our collective selves. Author Marylu Zuk reassures us that we are indeed perfect regardless of the size or...


When the Pirate Prays

by James B. Johnson

Texas cowboys Billy Birthday (aka Shortcut) and Wallace F. Fidgle (aka Tapes) are touring Florida to see the lighthouses there. In the midst of a storm, they give a ride to a jogger who turns out to be the governor...


Eros and Tano

by Mario Magro

Die for love. How many poems, how many romantic fantasies these words have been able to elicit. But when a cruel fate makes them real, then languid yearnings become a grotesque, delirious reality. The protagonist...