Wednesday, May 26, 2021

My Weekly Pull [169] & Can't-Wait Wednesday [144]

 

My Weekly Pull is something I do every Wednesday to show which comics I had pulled for me that week! If you're into comics, or you're looking to start, please join me! If you decide to do your own post, there's a link-up at the bottom. I would love to stop by and check it out!

Shadecraft #3 by Joe Henderson, Lee Garbett, Antonio Fabela, Jim Cheung
Miles Morales Spider-Man #26 by Saladin Ahmed, Carmen Nunez Carnero, Taurin Clarke

Spector Inspectors #4 by Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto

Jacob's comics for the week!

My Little Pony Transformers Friendship in Disguise II #2 by Sam Maggs, Ian Flynn, Priscilla Tramontano, Trish Forstner, Tony Fleecs


Can't Wait Wednesday is a weekly feature that's hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings. It highlights the upcoming releases we're really excited about reading! CWW is a spinoff of the feature Waiting on Wednesday (WoW), that was started by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Kill All Your Darlings by David Bell
Expected publication: July 6th 2021 by Berkley Books

Synopsis (via Goodreads): When a student disappears and is presumed dead, her professor passes off her manuscript as his own--only to find out it implicates him in an unsolved murder in this new thriller from the USA Today bestselling author of The Request.

After years of struggling to write following the deaths of his wife and son, English professor Connor Nye publishes his first novel, a thriller about the murder of a young woman.

There's just one problem: Connor didn't write the book. His missing student did. And then she appears on his doorstep, alive and well, threatening to expose him.

Connor's problems escalate when the police insist details in the novel implicate him in an unsolved murder from two years ago. Soon Connor discovers the crime is part of a disturbing scandal on campus and faces an impossible dilemma--admit he didn't write the book and lose his job or keep up the lie and risk everything. When another murder occurs, Connor must clear his name by unraveling the horrifying secrets buried in his student's manuscript.

This is a suspenseful, provocative novel about the sexual harassment that still runs rampant in academia--and the lengths those in power will go to cover it up.

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14 comments:

  1. Looks like some fun stuff! :)

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    1. I am REALLY enjoying all of current comics! Are you reading any right now?

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  2. Oh nice pick! That's a trippy cover! I kind of like these covers where you've got things happening upside down as well as right side up!


    Here's my WoW

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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    1. I love reflective covers and ones that show you more than one thing. :)

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  3. Whoa, what a great premise!

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    1. I know! So excited for this one! *fingers crossed the NetGalley gods approve this one for me*

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  4. You must be so up to date with your comics and a fount of knowledge for MCU. We should hang! :)

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    1. I would love that! I'm *mostly* caught up right now, so send me a message if you want to chat! <3

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  5. That sounds like a really good mystery.

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    1. I've seen a few people with early copies and I am green with envy. ;)

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  7. I am super excited for this one too! I have the first hold on it at the library for when it finally comes in. I am interested to see how this one and The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz are similar and different.

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    1. Ohhh, I need to place a hold! Thanks for the reminder. :)

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