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Neon and Tinsel - Sin City #25 - cover

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Neon and Tinsel - Sin City #25

Jennifer Samson, M.B. Miller

Publisher: Twin Crowns Press

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Deck the halls … 
Christmas is a time of reflection, and Tim Kelly dwells on his failures. His family is dysfunctional, and he dreads the holidays. His father supposedly turned over a new leaf, but Tim learns he asked the Outfit for a favor that will come back to bite them later. 
It should be a time of joy, but Darla Redmond can't shake her anxiety. She's home for the holidays, hoping for a Christmas miracle: one last holiday with her ailing grandmother. 
Christmas is a time of faith, but no one has less than Jake Wheeler. He depends only on Al, another drifter, but Al struggles with his own self-doubt until a surprise discovery inspires them to save another outcast. 
It should be a time to spend with family, but Ruby Gordon has never felt more alone. When she learns her father won't be home for the holidays, her brother Rett resolves to make it a Christmas she'll never forget.

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