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  • National Train Day is the second Saturday every May. This year, the holiday—a 2008 creation of Amtrak—falls on Saturday, May 11th. Celebrations are planned at railroads and train museums across the US, including discounted Amtrak fares as low as $1 in some areas.

    Here at Quirk Books, we're celebrating the day with an infographic featuring National Train Day's unofficial patron saint and star of Hope Never Dies: An Obama Biden Mystery, Amtrak Joe (better known as former vice president Joe Biden).

  • In Quirk Books’ mystery novel Hope Never Dies, Joe Biden dons his trademark aviator shades to investigate the suspicious death of his favorite Amtrak conductor. With help from President Obama, Biden turns Delaware upside-down in his search for justice.

    Forget what you think you know about Uncle Joe—this Joe Biden has no time for malarkey. In fact, as he’s hanging on by his fingertips outside of a speeding train, you might be reminded of another famous J.B.: James Bond.

    A wild comparison…or is it? Here’s how the real Joe Biden stacks up against James Bond.

  • BOOK Girl Squads

    A fun and feisty tour of famous girl BFFs from history who stuck together and changed the world.

  • BOOK Hope Never Dies

    For everyone nostalgic for the Obama/Biden administration, Hope Never Dies re-casts the president and vice-president as amateur sleuths in a quirky mystery-adventure.

  • It’s Women’s History Month and today at Quirk Books we’re celebrating the past and present women of the Supreme Court of the United States. (AKA the ladies of SCOTUS.) Here are our favorite books about Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Sonia Sotomayor. We love you, ladies!

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    We have seen fictional presidents do everything from single-handedly defeating terrorists to saving the world from aliens, but rarely do we get to witness the one act they all must have performed at some point -- their inauguration speech.

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