Books by Sam Munson

DOG SYMPHONY by Sam Munson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 28, 2018

"An ambitious avant-garde experiment that might be generously read as homage."
A professor who studies the history of prison architecture stumbles into a peculiar misadventure while visiting a paramour in Buenos Aires. Read full book review >
THE WAR AGAINST THE ASSHOLES by Sam Munson
Released: June 16, 2015

"Is Munson's second novel (The November Criminals, 2010) an unsatisfyingly resolved stand-alone or the prelude to a larger series? It doesn't really matter."
Some teenagers joy ride; some join gangs; some do drugs; and some, apparently, do magic. Read full book review >
THE NOVEMBER CRIMINALS by Sam Munson
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: April 20, 2010

"Echoes of James Fuerst's Huge (2009) and the 2005 film Brick abound, but deft comic timing and a caustic, ambitious protagonist make this a perfectly valid entry in the teen noir subgenre."
High-school student with dreams of collegiate glory investigates the murder of a classmate. Read full book review >