- Collected Stories
These 41 powerful stories cover Shiner’s career across three decades and multiple genres, showcasing hard-edged, often political genre fiction at its finest.
- The Collected Stories
Fans of the author should be thrilled at having such a wide body of work between two covers.
- ERIKA'S STORY
(Perhaps this is what's meant by the cover?)
- Short Stories
Soderberg (1869-1941) has a considerable reputation in Sweden for his essays, reviews, novels, plays and short stories, and this collection of 26 tales covers a wide range of topics, including philosophy, religion, politics and the gamut of human emotions and experiences.
- Pacos Story
The ghost of one of these soldiers narrates the story of survivor Paco Sullivan, who lies covered with flies and dirt for two days before being rescued.
- This Story Is a Lie
Its use of math is fresh and fascinating, but Pollock mashes Peter’s mental health issues into a spy/serial-killer/action/revenge/family story, which morphs among genres and doubles back to cover Peter’s personal backstory of being bullied and his close relationship with Bel.
- Dead Wrong: The Continuing Story of City of Lies, Corruption and Cover-Up in the Notorious Big Murder Investigation
Rolling Stone contributing editor Sullivan digs into the unsolved murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace (The Notorious B.I.G.) in this well-researched, if dense, follow-up to Labyrinth.
- The Most Dangerous Man in the World: The Explosive True Story of Julian Assange and the Lies, Cover-ups, and Conspiracies He Exposed
Fowler, an award-winning Australian reporter, draws on interviews he conducted in 2010 with Julian Assange and his associates to offer an intriguing if slight biography of the controversial and charismatic editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks.
- Big White Lie: The Inside Story of the Deep Cover Sting Operation That Blows the Lid Off The...
This hair-raising memoir by a former undercover DEA agent points out the U.S. government's failure to uphold anti-drug laws.
- Head: Stories
The book's bizarre cover, depicting a man with a hat made from a plastic jug, may please or repel browsers in equal measure, but it will get their attention.
- Sacred Stories: A Celebration of the Power of Story to Transform and Heal
Chinen's brief examination of fairy tales, which covers the traditional ground that most of these authors are moving away from.
- The Story of Passover
The freshly illustrated reissue of Simon's thorough, picture-book explanation of this Jewish holiday (which first appeared in 1968, as did The Story of Easter, reviewed below, as part of the Crowell Holiday Book series) laudably covers much ground.
- THE HERMIT'S STORY
Toward the end of their trip, Gray Owl falls through the ice of a lake, but instead of drowning, winds up on at the bottom of a dry basin covered with a layer of ice.
- WAR STORY
The response may be more muted on this side of the Atlantic, but a seductive cover should draw readers, as should the May/September subject matter.
- ESTHER STORIES
Innovative, original and fresh as a breath of perfumed summer air, these 34 stories capture pure emotion so vividly they tremble with contained life.