Thompson, Richard

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Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice 1967–1975

Thompson’s spell is never broken, and, as on disc, his is a welcome voice to meet on the page. Readers will be eager for the next volume of the story. Like a great Richard Thompson solo, this title contains surprise, beauty, delight, and a voice like no other. His autobiography is as welcome as it is long overdue.

Lowertown: A Herman Jackson Mystery

Witty isn't easy to do when your story involves chasing a serial killer, but Thompson has that magic touch. His third series entry (after Frag Box) is one to grab for those looking for a dark, fast-paced, and sardonic read. A good choice for Chris Knopf, Howard Shrier, or Tom MacDonald fans.

Rights Gone Wrong

This subject tends to produce polemical writing on both sides, but Ford is consistently measured and thought-provoking. Recommended to anyone interested in public affairs.

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