Flashpoint Beyond by Geoff Johns, Tim Sheridan, Jeremy Adams

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Thomas Wayne fought alongside the Flash to change the outcome of his son’s life; he knows that Bruce, not he, should have survived and that this universe is not supposed to exist anymore. Trying to change the cosmos again, Thomas does all he can to destroy what still remains, including recreating the Flash himself, but a serial killer spoils his every effort. This continuation of the famous Flashpoint storyline brings back fan favorite Thomas Wayne’s Batman in a dark yet hopeful story of love and overcoming loss.

 

Flashpoint Beyond By Geoff Johns, Tim Sheridan, Jeremy Adams, Eduardo Risso (Illustrator), Xermanico (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Geoff Johns, Tim Sheridan, Jeremy Adams, Eduardo Risso (Illustrator), Xermanico (Illustrator)
$16.99
ISBN: 9781779517371
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Published: DC Comics - December 13th, 2022

Plain Bad Heroines by Emly M. Danforth

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Featuring a lush, dark atmosphere and a sassy narrator, Danforth's novel unfolds at a girls' boarding school in early 20th century Rhode Island. The institution has a history of hauntings and murders gruesome enough to spark the interest of Hollywood filmmakers--who find themselves helplessly repeating past events. As horrifying as it is hilarious and romantic, this is a must read for anyone wanting a good spooky story and some LGBTQ+ romance.

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By Emily M. Danforth, Sara Lautman (Illustrator)
$20.00
ISBN: 9780062942869
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Published: William Morrow Paperbacks - October 5th, 2021

The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore

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Imagine having an argument with your significant other, but instead of cooling off in another room, or agreeing to disagree, your husband forces you into an asylum! In the mid-nineteenth century this was a common occurrence--at least it was until Elizabeth Packard’s husband tried it with her. Instead of accepting it, Packard, who as a smart, independent-minded woman was feared for her thoughts and opinions, resisted, fighting for not just her own freedom but on behalf of other women in the same situation. Her battles both in and out of court changed not only her life but those of other American mental health patients.

The Woman They Could Not Silence: The Shocking Story of a Woman Who Dared to Fight Back By Kate Moore Cover Image
$17.99
ISBN: 9781728242576
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Published: Sourcebooks - February 22nd, 2022

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