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gordon-l-kuhn's picture
Jul.30.2013
Who killed David Evnowith and his vice-president?  Who slowly made their way up the inner stairway of South Central Auto Insurance Company's office building and left a necklace and a black rose beside his corpse? Was it a lover, daughter, friend, employee, senile old woman, or ... could...
larry-baker's picture
Jan.10.2012
Love and Other Delusions   In Alice’s world, it all made sense. She told her husband, “I stopped cheating on you when I started sleeping with Danny.” He finally understood, but too late. Alice Marcher is dying, but she is still trying to understand her life. She was thirty when she met Danny...
keith-rommel's picture
Mar.24.2011
      Alister Kunkle believes death is in love with him.  A simple smile from friend or stranger is all it takes to encourage death to kill.       With his family deceased and a path of destruction behind him, Alister sits inside a mental institution, sworn to silence and...
shirley-hall's picture
Jul.14.2010
Using the richest of language, ONE DAY highlights the complexities facing mankind today. Writing in first person the author opens avenues of understanding by becoming the voice of the people behind the story. From the chains of slavery to the horrors of abuse, from the terror of the battlefield, to...
shirley-hall's picture
Jul.14.2010
Using the richest of language, ONE DAY highlights the complexities facing mankind today. Writing in first person the author opens avenues of understanding by becoming the voice of the people behind the story. From the chains of slavery to the horrors of abuse, from the terror of the battlefield, to...
amelia-gray's picture
Sep.14.2009
If anything's going to save the characters in Amelia Gray's debut from their troubled romances, their social improprieties, or their hands turning into claws, it's a John Mayer concert tee. In AM/PM, Gray's flash-fiction collection, impish humor is on full display. Tour through the lives of 23...
clive-barker's picture
Dec.17.2007
Galilee is Clive Barker's horrific version of a trashy nighttime soap opera (think Dynasty in particular). In a surprisingly romantic tale, a beautiful woman marries into a rich family—and discovers once and for all that money most certainly does not buy happiness.