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They don’t make ’em like this any more!

Blood Raid (Killmaster) Nick Carter Published by Ace Books (1987) Advertisements

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Staff Recommendation From The Superior Center For Literocity

My favorite book of 1965. Trainer is master storyteller and so graceful in showing us the depths of sin, the pain caused by hot-eyed hell cats, the grip of their elders who should just let go. We see generation after … Continue reading

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Book Jackets: Wide Eyed Women Edition

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The Red Skull [1908]

Here in the bowels of the earth, under the bed of the ocean, in almost complete darkness, and with a raving madmen and murderer struggling with another criminal — the position was enough to unsettle the sanest human being. — … Continue reading

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This Month’s Selection for The Literocity Feminist Book Club

We strive to foster a fun, thoughtful, and safe environment in which to discuss current issues surrounding feminism and equality.

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Food for thought….

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Recent Staff Favorites from the Superior Center for Literocity

  This luminous novel takes us inside the complex lives and loves of the owners and captives of an alien spacecraft. It is rich with detail, humor, and, most importantly, wisdom about both human AND alien nature—how impossible it is … Continue reading

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Story of my Life

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In Plain Sight, Kathryn Casey. William Morrow, $7.99.

Kathryn Casey is America’s greatest living True Crime writer, period. The reason for this is simple — Casey has a firm grasp of the most important ingredients for any writing, fiction or non. First and foremost is character, and her … Continue reading

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Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968 by Ryan H. Walsh

This isn’t really a review, it’s more like a rave. I just finished Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968 by Ryan H. Walsh, and it’s already one of my favorite books of all time, the kind I buy multiple … Continue reading

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