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All My Friends by Hope Larson
Batman and Robin and Howard by Jeffrey Brown
Bury the Lede by Gaby Dunn
Cinder the Fireplace Boy (Rewoven Tales) by Ana Mardoll
Dear Justyce by Nic Stone
Ghastly Glass by Joyce Lavene and Jim Lavene
The Ghost and the Haunted Mansion by Alice Kimberly
Hot-Air Henry by Mary Calhoun and Erick Ingraham (Illustrations)
Invisible Kingdom, Volume 1: Walking the Path by G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward (Artist)
Moriarty the Patriot, Volume 4 by Ryōsuke Takeuchi and Hikaru Miyoshi (Illustrations)
Murder in the Bayou Boneyard by Ellen Byron
Murder Ink by Lorraine Bartlett, Gayle Leeson and Jorjeana Marie (Narrator)
My Life in Transition by Julia Kaye
Sarah Somebody by Florence Slobodkin and Louis Slobodkin (illustrator)
The Sign of Death by Callie Hutton and Nano Nagle (Narrator)
A Three Book Problem by Vicki Delany and Kim Hicks (Narrator)
Tiger Honor by Yoon Ha Lee
Tink and Wendy by Kelly Ann Jacobson
Trick or Treat Murder by Leslie Meier
Where the Drowned Girls Go by Seanan McGuire
A Whisker of a Doubt by Cate Conte and Amy Melissa Bentley (Narrator)
The Year We Learned to Fly by Jacqueline Woodson and Rafael López (Illustrator)

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Bury the Lede: 01/08/22

Bury the Lede

Bury the Lede by Gaby Dunn is a graphic novel about a newspaper intern learning the ropes from an award winning reporter. Together they break a huge story that cuts at the heart of corruption in Boston.

At the heart of it, Bury the Lede is a mystery. A woman is in jail accused of killing her husband and son. The son's body, though, hasn't been found. Madison doesn't believe the wife did it and sets out to discover who did.

As this is also a story about how newspapers work, the focus is narrow, sticking to what a reporter can do within their bounds. That includes the rocky relationship between intern and mentor.

The book is a standalone but I would definitely read another volume — another mystery — if one were published.

Four stars

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