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Just Thieves by Gregory Galloway

Just Thieves

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Just Thieves by Gregory Galloway
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Oct 12, 2021 | ISBN 9781612199375

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Advance Praise for Just Thieves

“A sucker punch noir that is also a powerful and haunting allegory of work, debt, and power.” —Richard Price

“Chock full of mystery, regret, intrigue, emotion: Galloway’s newest is a brilliant meditation on what matters. The kind of book that leaves you feeling like you already saw, and felt, deeply, the movie. – Josh Malerman, New York Times best selling author of Bird Box

“Just Thieves happens in a wonderful space where digression and story-telling ride out together. There’s room here for much of the world and for reminders that life itself is a digression. I enjoyed and admired this novel.” – James Sallis

“Just Thieves is at once a brisk caper novel and a deep dive into the motivations that propel all of us, thieves and otherwise – – family, loyalty, and most of all love. Great fun and profoundly sad at once, which is no mean trick.” —Scott Phillips, author of The Ice Harvest

“A violent, gritty, and surprisingly tender story that gut punches you with the emotional one-two of a tragic twist and a stunning finale.”—Katie Tallo, Author of Dark August

“ …a contemporary crime novel of devastating emotional precision. Moving with uncanny control between past and present, with tensely constructed scenes strung along a gleaming thread of superb dialogue, it earns an honorable place in the tradition of suspense fiction that it so elegantly evokes.” — Alec Nevala Lee , author of The Icon Thief

Praise for As Simple as Snow:  
“[a] quirky, engrossing debut…this rich, complex puzzle is the work of a talented author.” Publishers Weekly
“One of the best books I’ve read in a long, long time.”-Kaye Gibbons
“This strange tale manages to creep under your skin, and to stay there for some time.”—People

Praise for The 39 Deaths of Adam Strand:
“A riveting second novel that explores the issue of suicide with a philosophical, never sensational, approach. . . . Requires careful reading of the issues it addresses, but the effort is well worth it.”—Booklist, starred review
“Fans of gritty realistic fiction such as Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak and Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why will appreciate Adam’s thoughtful, authentic adolescent voice, and the honesty and boldness with which Galloway treats the issue of suicide.”—SLJ
 “A moody, compelling read.”—Kirkus Reviews

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