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  • You Think That's Bad: Stories
    The protagonists in Shepard's elegant, darkly tinged stories of love, sometimes misplaced, are searching for something.
    12/06/2010
  • The Oxford Book of Science Fiction Stories
    These 30 SF tales, arranged chronologically from 1903 to 1990, cover a typically wide and uneven range in the genre.
    08/31/1992
  • Corrections to My Memoirs: Collected Stories
    The Corrections this certainly isn't, and many pieces aren't really stories, either.
    10/02/2006
  • Years of Dust: The Story of the Dust Bowl
    Numerous side panels place aspects of the tragedy in context, e.g., in recounting the slaughter of buffalo, a sidebar shows a drawing of a buffalo hunter on the cover of Harper's Weekly (“Hunters were social outcasts.
    08/31/2009
  • This Is Your World: The Story of Bob Ross
    It’s not the most eventful life story, but there is comfort in seeing a gentle soul (he rescued injured animals and “didn’t like to yell”) gradually find his voice and his calling through art and community.
    10/18/2021
  • THE ANCHOR BOOK OF MODERN AFRICAN STORIES
    (Dec.)Forecast:Another excellent anthology (Under African Skies, edited by Charles Larson; Noonday, 1998) covers similar ground.
    12/23/2002
  • WOMEN OF ILLUSION: A Circus Family's Story
    Still, it's worth the cover price to learn such intriguing facts as what Betty's "tummy money" was (the half dollar emergency fund she stashed in her navel).
    04/02/2001
  • WHITE SWAN, BLACK SWAN: Stories
    (June 26)Forecast:Balletomanes will be attracted by this book's evocative cover.
    05/28/2001
  • Looking for a Few Good Stories
    People in the book trade are enjoying—and enjoying selling—good stories.
    07/10/2007
  • THE VANISHING POINT: A Story of Lavinia Fontana
    An afterword reveals that the real Lavinia wed Paolo and 30 of her paintings still exist, including a self-portrait reproduced on the back cover.
    11/15/2004
  • It's Kind of a Cheesy Love Story
    Even the local news covered her birth on a pizza parlor ladies’ room floor, and “no one grows out of anything in a small town”—especially when she takes a job at the Hot ’N Crusty to cover gas, car insurance, and her fancy friend group’s weekend shopping trips.
    01/11/2021
  • A New York Love Story
    I've been thinking about a memoir for a long time, but I didn't have a good story."
    06/24/2002
  • Every Love Story Is a Ghost Story: A Life of David Foster Wallace
    If you are looking for a straightforward depiction of a life’s events, Max’s take covers all the principal mile markers of Wallace’s life.
    07/09/2012
  • Telling History's Stories
    "Then he went to Treasure Island in the navy," his story goes on, as Sanchez indicates the tree-covered island that is the center anchor of the extensive Bay Bridge.
    05/26/2003
  • Story of His Life
    And a BookScan official noted that some of the book's sales likely happen in food and drug stores, which are not covered by the service.
    06/27/2005

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