Pursuit is Harry Taylor's second novel and it is a spin off from Rogues, Riches & Retribution. Thoughts on writing first occurred when Harry was a teenager studying in Manchester ... Read full author bio >
"An intriguing blend of legal thrills and Mafia matters."
A freelance writer, with experience of working for two intergovernmental organizations, GF has: authored a set of illustrated, French sci-fi short stories for use in schools; invented a board game ... Read full author bio >
"A complex, out-of-the-ordinary thriller loaded with worldly characters."
Peter Goldman is an award-winning journalist and best-selling nonfiction author launching a second career writing genre-busting crime fiction for a literate audience. As a senior editor at Newsweek, he was ... Read full author bio >
C. Scoushe Rosa is a retired New York City teacher who has always had an interest in storytelling that started from listening to her relatives' entertaining Puerto Rican folktales or ... Read full author bio >
"Readers who find themselves riveted by stories like Sybil and A Beautiful Mind will likely enjoy this absorbing, but long-winded, novel."
Mark R. Giesser is an American writer and theatrical producer/director who lives in London. His work has been seen Off-Broadway, in American regional theatre, and in London's Off-West ... Read full author bio >
"The author weaves the narrative thread between serious and funny ably and offers a compelling 19th-century mystery plot as well. [A Nude of Some Importance]
As a work of darkly comic historical fiction, it's a resounding success. [A Cheese of Some Importance]"
Paul Murphy grew up in the Canadian city of Kingston, Ontario, which sits on Lake Ontario about halfway between Montreal and Toronto. He has lived in the Greater Toronto Area ... Read full author bio >
"Murphy’s style is contagious and, with it, he effectively brings his characters to life..."
Susan Taylor Chehak is a graduate of the University of Iowa Writers Workshop and the author of several novels, including The Great Disappointment, Smithereens, The Story of Annie D., and ... Read full author bio >
"An acerbic, stirring collection from a master of the craft."
Jo Greenwood has worked as a teacher in public and private schools for more than twenty years. In addition to an undergraduate degree in elementary education, she has earned master ... Read full author bio >
"First-time novelist Greenwood has created an appealing world that has elements of a cozy as well as the small-town charm and spirituality found in Jan Karon’s Mitford series. Keith’s home life proves to be quite dark and disturbing, which lends a somewhat jarring undertone to this largely folksy narrative. Greenwood addresses this issue squarely, providing several beautifully written, touching scenes that point the way, as do sprinklings of excerpts from prayers and hymns, to this planned series’ focus on redemption, hope and light. Overall, a skillful debut.
An accomplished launch of a promising new spirituality- focused small-town series."
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