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Maus: A survivor's tale, II

Spiegelman, Art
Continues the story of Art's father's experiences in the holocaust.

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8/2019

Love, Stargirl

Spinelli, Jerry
Stargirl moves to PA, but she meets a several interesting people, falls a little in love with a bad-boy named Perry, and builds a mini-Stonehenge. Let's have some donuts!

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12/2010

Stargirl

Spinelli, Jerry
Touching and humorous tale of a new girl at high school who is quite a free spirit, alternately enchanting and alienating the other students. Very excellent.

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11/2010

The Library Card

Spinelli, Jerry
Four stories involving a blue library. Very good.

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1/2001

There's A Girl In My Hammerlock

Spinelli, Jerry
Good story about a girl who joins her junior high wrestling team.

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1/2001

Wringer

Spinelli, Jerry
A ten year old boy doesn't want to be wringer, a boy who kills wounded pigeons at the town's annual pigeon killing festival.

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1/2001

Digital Knight

Spoor, Ryk
Jason Wood runs a freelance information business. On an assignment for the police he discovers that a drug kingpin may be a vampire. That's just the beginning!! Good book!

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11/2022

Grand Central Arena

Spoor, Ryk
A group of scientists, and engineer, and a space ship racer take a new intergalactic ship on its maiden voyage, and end up...where? Well, the Grand Central Arena, where they have to deal with hundreds or thousands of other alien races to win a place in society, and a chance to return to Earth. More or less. Good story, I thought.

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11/2022

Rowanhood

Springer, Nancy
When Rosemary's mother is killed she flees to the father she has never seen, Robin Hood, who lives in Sherwood Forest.

Words I Had To Look Up:

gimmal ring (pg. 8) -- A finger ring consisting of a pair or series of interlocked rings.

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4/2009

Water To The Angels

Standiford, Les
Very good book about William Mulholland and the building of the Los Angeles aqueduct.

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2/2019

Digging Up Mother: A Love Story

Stanhope, Doug
Comedian Stanhope recounts growing up with an alcoholic mother. She was much more than that, though, and it's a great, if profanity-lace, story. I enjoyed it very much. I don't think I'd care to see his act, though.

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10/2020

Ask The Parrot

Stark, Richard
Parker is on the lam in a small town, helps out a guy with a racetrack robbery.

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6/2008

Backflash

Stark, Richard
Parker robs a floating casino.

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7/2005

Breakout

Stark, Richard
Parker breaks out of jail.

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7/2005

Comback

Stark, Richard
Parker robs an evangelist.

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7/2005

Dirty Money

Stark, Richard
Parker is trying to recover the money from the armored car heist.

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1/2013

Firebreak

Stark, Richard
Parker robs a mansion/lodge in Montana.

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7/2005

Flashfire

Stark, Richard
Parker heads to Florida to recover his share of a job that was "borrowed" by a trio of former partners that are going to pull off a jewel heist there.

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1/2013

Nobody runs forever

Stark, Richard
Stark is a pseud. of Donald Westlake. Parker, a heister, executes a bank job, but it's going bad.

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7/2005

The Man With The Getaway Face

Stark, Richard
Parker has just had plastic surgery. Joins in an armored car heist.

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1/2013
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