In This Issue

Among this week's reviews: How to Sell a Haunted House demonstrates Grady Hendrix's "trademark dark comedy, while simultaneously spoofing and honoring classic horror tropes"; Martin Riker's "ingenious" novel The Guest Lecture stars a feminist economist who's anxious about delivering a speech on John Maynard Keynes, and enlists the help of the subject himself; and Kekla Magoon's "gritty and emotional" YA novel The Minus-One Club, in which a group of kids support each other after the loss of a loved one. Plus so many more!

In The Writer's Life, journalist Denise Crittendon discusses her debut novel, Where It Rains in Color, an Afrofuturistic science-fiction fantasy, plus the sci-fi writers who have most influenced her.

--Jennifer M. Brown, senior editor, Shelf Awareness
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