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    Book of the Month – The Overstory

    Book of the Month – The Overstory

    Our favorite pick for February 2019

    Own Horn

    Solve Your February Slump With True Crime Month at WD

    Solve Your February Slump With True Crime Month at WD

    In February (and the very last bit of January) we’re hosting a True Crime series programmed by Lauren Smart.

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    Book of the Month – There There

    Book of the Month – There There

    Our favorite pick for January 2019

    Own Horn

    The ‘Bestest’ of 2018

    The ‘Bestest’ of 2018

    The very best of 2018 according to The Wild Detectives’ extended family.

    Own Horn

    This Christmas, Give with Expectations!

    This Christmas, Give with Expectations!

    Get your presents at The Wild Detectives and your drink will be on us.

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    Book of the Month – After the Winter

    Book of the Month – After the Winter

    There’s no better novel to read in the middle of winter than one in which gloom transforms itself into an emotional Spring. Guadalupe Nettel’s After the Winter cuts through the fog by splitting her narrative into intimate, alternating perspectives which cross paths as the novel progresses.

    Tinajero Papers

    A Letter to Universe. From an Arab who Lived in Arabian Fights Rather Than Arabian Nights.

    A Letter to Universe. From an Arab who Lived in Arabian Fights Rather Than Arabian Nights.

    ‘A Letter To Universe;’ was written by a Kuwaiti student who is me during my study abroad experience at The University of Arizona, Tucson. This letter was inspired by many unfortunate and loathing comments I got from closeminded instructors and classmates who underestimated me as a person based on judgments and stereotyping mantras that blinded my real value. Arabian Fights, a letter that speaks of humanity rather than race. It is a silent crying call to wave for people who are willing to accept me as a human rather than a race.

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