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An Interview with True Crime Author John Glatt English-born author John Glatt has more than 30 years of experience as an investigative journalist and has written 19 true crime books and 4 biographies. His first book Rage & Roll: Bill...
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29-07-2014 07-28-2014 No cmcmonagle 0

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Graphic Classics: Batman: Year One Batman: Year One (1987) Written by Frank Miller, illustrated by David Mazzucchelli This wonderful exploration of one of the great origin myths of comics is Frank Miller at his best. Batman is...
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2 Comments Books Library Batman, batman year one, Comics, david mazzucchelli, dc comics, frank miller, graphic classics, graphic novels jwalsh
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Teen Zombie Literature Reviews Rot and Ruin, Dust and Decay, and Flesh and Bone, by Jonathan Maberry, are volumes one through three of a series about (sigh!) zombies. Having avoided most of the vampire books and some of the...
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teen zombie literature Books Library Teens, YA, young adult, zombies Ingrid Andersen
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Nerve: Book Review Nerve by Jeanne Ryan is about a reality show that posts videos of teens doing dares, and propels teens whose videos get the most views toward increasingly difficult dares and greater prizes....
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Nerve: Book Review Books Library Jeanne Ryan, Nerve, sci fi, YA, young adult Ingrid Andersen
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Awaken: Book Review Awaken, by Katie Kacvinsky, is the story of a future world where horrific tragedies, like those of the real-life Sandy Hook elementary school mass shooting, have proliferated so much that the...
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Awaken Book Review Books Library awaken, katie kacvinsky, young adult Ingrid Andersen
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