Golden, S. K.

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All Hallows

The setting and scope are reminiscent of Stranger Things, nearing the point of homage, so a library audience eagerly awaiting the next season will love it.

Baltimore; or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire

Hellboy fans will love this story, which also provides a great introduction to the tragic hero Lord Baltimore, whose only purpose in life is to battle what lurks in the dark.

The Socialite’s Guide to Murder

Evelyn is quite spoiled, something of an acquired taste as an amateur sleuth. Suggest to readers who enjoyed other hotel-set mysteries with young amateur sleuths, like Nita Prose’s The Maid and Audrey Keown’s Murder at Hotel 1911.

Road of Bones

An essential read for horror and supernatural thriller fans.

Jayne Mansfield: The Girl Couldn’t Help It

Exemplary in its research and detail, Golden’s book may well become the definitive word--if not the last word--on the Mansfield story.


The Frame-Up

With its connections to the gaming and comics world, Molin's original debut will appeal to young and new adults as well as superhero and comics fans.

Hark! The Herald Angels Scream

Horror masters such as Kelley Armstrong, Seanan McGuire, and Jonathan Maberry will keep you up past your bedtime, but not because you're still wrapping gifts...

Babies Made Us Modern: How Infants Brought America into the Twentieth Century

While not a complete history of childhood (see Paula Fass's The End of American Childhood), this will interest scholars and historians for its unique treatment of the subject.

Spy Schools: How the CIA, FBI, and Foreign Intelligence Secretly Exploit America's Universities

A sobering chronicle of intelligence agencies battling under the guise of national security for dominion over weaponized technology and its creators.

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