The Good Thief

Contemporary American Fiction

Author: Hannah Tinti

Richly imagined, gothically spooky, and replete with the ingenious storytelling ability of a born novelist, The Good Thief introduces one of the most appealing young heroes in contemporary fiction and ratifies Hannah Tinti as one of our most exciting new talents.Twelve year-old Ren is missing his left hand. How it was lost is a mystery that Ren has been trying to solve for….Read More

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