Great Forgetting

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Price
$22.00  $20.46
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.6 X 1.1 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781250097415

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About the Author
JAMES RENNER is the author of the novels The Man from Primrose Lane and The Great Forgetting, as well as several works of nonfiction, including The Serial Killer's Apprentice. His true crime stories have appeared in The Best American Crime Writing anthology, Cleveland Scene, and Cracked.com. His method of using social media to solve cold cases was the subject of a CNN profile, in 2015. He lives in Akron with his wife and children
Reviews

PRAISE FOR THE GREAT FORGETTING

"If you like your fiction tidy and predictable, look elsewhere."--The Washington Post

"The Great Forgetting is blasphemous, riveting, insane, and glorious."--Andy Howell (Copernicus), Ain't It Cool News

"Renner is skilled at constructing intricate puzzles in his books....Here the author makes the most outlandish conspiracies plausible not only to his protagonist but to readers as well....The plot might be over the top, but it's a fun ride."--Library Journal

"Renner weaves conceivable means and motive through a variety of conspiracy theories and a reimagined reality to create a unique blend of genres. Anything but predictable."--Courtney Ophoff, Booklist

"A fascinating concept . . . worth the read."--Kirkus Reviews

"Packed with thrills."--Publishers Weekly

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A tale you won't forget."--New York Post

PRAISE FOR THE MAN FROM PRIMROSE LANE

"Ambitious and innovative...If you like your fiction tidy and predictable, look elsewhere."--Patrick Anderson, The Washington Post

"Fascinating and unpredictable, with shades of Stephen King and H. P. Lovecraft as well as Douglas Adams, [The Man from Primrose Lane] never loses touch with the human story of loss, guilt and fate that is at its core."--Laura Wilson, The Guardian

"The Man from Primrose Lane barrels along, fueled by Renner's addictive storytelling....It's quite the interesting ride." --Robin Vidimos, The Denver Post

"[The Man from Primrose Lane] features superbly drawn characters and escalates into a genre-bending narrative (noir, sci-fi, and more) of thrills and twists. A great choice for readers who enjoyed Tana French's In the Woods or any work by Philip K. Dick."--Library Journal

"Brilliantly intricate...[with a] fantastic finish [and] compelling, interesting characters...I couldn't put [The Man from Primrose Lane] down."--Jessica Strider, SF Signal