Archive for December 2016

The Little Waggons

Dec 21st, 2016 | By

by Crozier Green Cosa Nostra’s Sicilian birth was an epic struggle between penury and privilege, born of a centuries-old conflict between a peasant underclass and a ruling elite. This noble cause was forever doomed by descent into corruption and violence. Against this background, The Little Wagons charts the rise of a seminal mafia dynasty, during Sicily’s

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Extract: Exteriors and Interiors by C. McGee

Dec 15th, 2016 | By

Extract from Exteriors and Interiors by C. McGee Chapter 1: A Shitty Disguise I’m not a fan of babies. I was a fan of Jonathan Swift, but then I figured out that he was being satirical. The proposal seemed modest enough to me. Adults are slightly better, as most of them can take care of

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Extract: The Keller Papers by Ellis M. Goodman

Dec 10th, 2016 | By

The Keller Papers by Ellis M. Goodman Extract The Imperial Hotel busboy came out of the staff entrance into the chill air, lit a cigarette, cupping his hands around his old Colibri, as he was thinking of his girlfriend Anke, and their plans for the weekend. He pulled up the collar of his leather jacket

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Extract: Malaren by N.E. David

Dec 1st, 2016 | By

A moving and absorbing story of a man coming to terms with his grief. Pamela Hartshorne, author of Time’s Echo and House of Shadows   Malaren: A Swedish Affair N.E. David Extract I was not in the habit of attending funerals – trust me, it’s not something you’d want to make into a hobby. I

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