The Paris Diversion by Chris Pavone

Shifting points of view and an intricate plot make The Paris Diversion a quality sequel to The Expats. Kate is back. Shuffling kids to school, throwing dinner parties, and dealing with agro-moms... but at the same time running the Paris substation for the a dark side of the American government, one that is ready to... Continue Reading →

Off Season by James Sturm

Off Season is a graphic novel about a man in the middle of a separation. With two kids and a flaky boss, he is trying to manage finances and custody schedules. There are so many underlying issues that creep into this book: politics, mental health, parenting... the list goes on. The story is told in... Continue Reading →

Storm of Locusts by Rebecca Roanhorse

After the actions on the The Black Mesa, Maggie is trying to find a new normal while living with the sage Tah, but lost in many ways without Kai. Drawn back into hunting monsters by The Thirsty Boys, she has the same sweet and sour personality and ‘gift for violence.’ Rambling up into the mountains,... Continue Reading →

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