In 1917, eighteen-year-old Ruth Cruger stepped out in the early afternoon to pick up her ice skates, which she had taken to a shop to be sharpened. No one saw her again...
JOHNNY HIRO (a graphic novel review)
We here at MojoFiction are always looking out for the next big thing, that next cultural phenomenon that's destined to influence tomorrow's generation of young artists and leaders. We do that because we are, of course, cool and hip and young. And by young we mean don't look at the picture on our about page... Continue Reading →
MURDER OF THE CENTURY: A Book Review
Paul Collins’ true-crime novel delivers just what MojoFiction looks for in a book: a really long title. Officially, the title is The Murder of the Century: The Gilded Age Crime that Scandalized a City & Sparked the Tabloid Wars. We were tempted to quit reading right there, since we were so satisfied with the title.... Continue Reading →