Wilson, Kevin

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Nothing To See Here

Wilson further cements himself as a chronicler of peculiar families while reminding us that, then again, aren’t they all? [See Prepub Alert, 5/5/19.]

Airborne in 1943: The Daring Allied Air Campaign over the North Sea

A fitting historical tribute to the soldiers whose invaluable memories inspired this remarkable account. Highly recommended for U.S., European, military, and aviation historians, as well as general readers.—John Carver Edwards, formerly with Univ. of Georgia Libs.

Baby, You're Gonna Be Mine: Stories

Highly recommended. [See Prepub Alert, 2/26/18.]

Blood and Fears: How America's Bomber Boys of the 8th Air Force Saved World War II

A well-researched and well-written history of a significant aspect of World War II. For most collections.

Perfect Little World

It takes a village, or in this case a well-meaning, utopian parenting study, to create the ingredients for this almost farcical yet moving novel about love, parenting, and the families we create for ourselves. [See Prepub Alert, 8/1/16.]

The Family Fang

Wilson, who won the 2009 Shirley Jackson Award for his story collection, Tunneling to the Center of the Earth, tells his madcap story with straight-faced aplomb, highlighting the tricky intersection of family life and artistic endeavor. All fiction readers will enjoy this comic/tragic look at domesticity. Recommended.

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