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Boneyard Set Volumes 5–7 Paperback – May 1 2012

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"Well-rendered witty tale. Recommended for teens and adults."  —Library Journal

"Boneyard brings a smile to your face, page after page. It's simply a delight."  —Andrew Smith, Scripps Howard News Service

"Everything a comic about friendly monsters should be. Moore's strength is his ear for dialogue and timing."  —Publishers Weekly

"Yummy, with great art!"  —Kat Kan, VOYA

About the Author

Richard Moore is a comic book artist and the author of Deja Vu and Far West. He lives in Modesto, California.

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Human male inherits a cemetary and the spooky residents. Aug. 20 2014
By You_Donna_Wanna_No - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
A continued humours story about a human who inherited a cemetery slowly falling in love with a vampire. Especially with all the mishaps, the local population on a nearby village, monsters and demons who get in the way of their courtship.
This is a fun set of books Feb. 28 2015
By Arthur W. Scholbe - Published on
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This is a fun set of books. Don't get it for depth or look beyond the obvious; but it is a fun set to read.