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Short Story Collection | Short Story Collection

steven-e-schend's picture
Sep.20.2008
13 original stories about the realities just around the corner... Movements glimpsed out of the corner of your eye, inexplicable sounds, knowledge for which there is no rational explanation, dreams that seem as real as our own everyday life—products of overactive imaginations, or unexpected...
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Sep.09.2008
The workplace can be dangerous. If the job doesn't kill you, your colleagues just might. In Working Stiffs, Simon Wood has put together a collection of suspenseful short stories along with his first novella, The Fall Guy. Each tale offers a dark look at how even ordinary jobs can turn deadly....
david-mcglynn's picture
Aug.15.2008
David McGlynn's first collection takes on the inner lives of the zealous, their passions and desires, and the ways religious faith is both the compass for navigating daily life and the force that makes ordinary life impossible. From the coastal highways of Southern California to the bayous of...
kirsten-menger-anderson's picture
Aug.04.2008
In 1664 Dr. Olaf van Schuler flees the Old World and arrives in New Amsterdam with his lunatic mother, two bags of medical implements, and a carefully guarded book of his own medicines. He is the first in what will become a long line of peculiar physicians. Plagued by madness and guided by an...
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Jul.30.2008
Months and Seasons is the follow-up story collection to Christopher Meeks's award-winning The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea. With a combination of main characters from young to old and with drama and humor, the tales pursue such people as a supermodel who awakens after open-heart surgery, a famous...
hannah-holborn's picture
Jul.29.2008
Fresh, tough, and thoroughly addictive, this sparkling debut calls to mind the beloved and bestselling works of Miriam Toews and Mark Haddon. With an irresistible combination of playfulness and empathy, these effervescent, sometimes heartbreaking tales of underachieving adults, unfairly burdened...
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Jul.27.2008
Though in her stories Sarojini deals with the social issues but she is basically a writer of Individual values .In Oriya literature , a reader can see there is always a conflict between social values and individual values.This conflict can be seen from the first short story Rebati written by Fakir...