Reviews and Blog Posts: violence

Locke & key. 1, Welcome to Lovecraft

by Joe Hill

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Locke and Key has been a series that has been getting a lot of acclaim over the past few months so I knew I wanted to see what all the hype was about. I finally got the chance to check it out and it does not disappoint. I've always had...

Hack/slash. Volume one, First cut

by Tim Seeley

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Imagine a classic slasher film played out in vignette length tales, graphic novel style. You've just found Tim Seeley's Hack/Slash. Hack/Slash chronicles the journey of Cassandra Hack and her companion Vlad. They travel the country and sometimes world looking for slashers and put an end to them. Think Freddy, Jason,...

"L" is for lawless

by Sue Grafton

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Coming to the middle of the alphabet, Sue Grafton brings us L is for Lawless. Our clever detective, Kinsey Millhone, accidentally stumbles into an unbelievable mystery involving one recently deceased, chintzy grandfather and missing military benefits which leads to quite the tale of bank robbers and missing treasure while being...

Gaddafi's harem : [the story of a young woman and the abuses of power in Libya]

by Annick Cojean

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French journalist Annick Cojean writes an important but difficult-to-read account of the extensive system of sexual violence that existed in Libya under the regime of Muammar Gaddafi. She uncovered this very secretive world of abuse while investigating women's role in Libya's revolution, a topic that has not received much attention. 

Amazing April with Fresh City Life My Branch

Exploring Colorado Wineries

Start off your April by being educated, informed, or entertained by aFresh City Life My Branch program!

On Wednesday, April 3 at 6 p.m. our partnership with The Colorado Ballet's Light Project continues with Animal Abuse and the Violence Connection, presented by the Denver Dumb Friends League at the Ross-Cherry Creek Branch.

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