Hawkeye: Bishop Takes King
New York Times bestselling author Ashley Poston shows Kate Bishop's Hawkeye still figuring out how to be a Super Hero—and a functioning human being—in this thrilling YA mystery adventure.
When Kate Bishop, the young Hawkeye, solves a minor crime and saves the surprisingly cute Milo in the process, she counts it as a rare win. But a mix-up of their bags means that nope, Kate's life is still refusing to run smoothly. In that bag is a mysterious book that holds powerful, dangerous secrets—ones that New York City's most powerful super villain, the Kingpin, would kill to uncover.
Kate finds herself on the run, searching for Milo and what he knows, texting her Super Hero besties for moral support, and trying to solve the mystery she's blundered into before she becomes the victim of her own story.
Just like its main character, Kate Bishop, New York Times bestselling author Ashley Poston's Super Hero adventure doesn't miss a single shot in one of the funniest, twistiest Marvel stories ever told.
About the Author
Ashley Poston is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Dead Romantics, among other novels. After graduating from the University of South Carolina, she spent ten years in the publishing industry, first as a social media coordinator, then as a book cover and marketing designer, and later as an author. Her novels have been featured on the Indie Next List, and in Teen Vogue, Seventeen, EW, CNN, Hypable, and Buzzfeed, among others.When not writing, she likes trying various arts and crafts (she’s currently addicted to building miniature rooms) and taking long walks as an excuse to listen to Dungeons & Dragons podcasts. She lives in South Carolina with her bossy cat, Paprika, and they are firm believers that we’re all a bunch of weirdos looking for other weirdos, asking for their AO3 username.
Praise for Hawkeye: Bishop Takes King
“Action-packed ... fans will enjoy this refreshing take that showcases Kate Bishop as Hawkeye. A clever murder mystery with all the charm one expects from the Marvel universe.” —Kirkus Reviews