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Michael O’Keefe, author of “13 Stories: Fractured, Twisted, and Put Away Wet”
A collection of short fiction from crime-noir maven, Michael O’Keefe, author of the Detective Paddy Durr novels. Gangsters, dead poets, zombies, serial killers, and other malcontents come together in an eclectic assortment of contemporary fables and morality tales which span the genres. Full of ironic twists and outlandish premises,13 Stories is guaranteed to leave the reader breathless in anticipation for what happens next.
Rachel Rawlings, author of “Ink It Over: A Touch Of Ink Novel”
Tattoo artist by day and warding witch by night, Adeline uses magical inks, a tattoo machine, and the help of her best friend Lars to permanently imbue spells of protection onto her clients. Thanks to the Magistrate’s greed and failure to protect its citizens, her services were in high demand.
But when Nicholas Marks walks through the door of her tattoo studio looking for an appointment, one of Adeline’s wards isn’t the only thing he’s after. Forced into working for the Magistrate, he’s been tasked with bringing her in.
With her cover story blown, Adeline has two choices: Run as far and as fast as she can, or stay and fight. Though she’s not ready to give up the only life she’s ever known, putting her trust in a traitor may end up being the worst decision she’s ever made.
Carol Hoenig, author of “Of Little Faith”
The Vietnam War is on the nightly news and women are burning bras in the fast-changing world of the 1960s. Laura, a thirty-year-old newspaper columnist wonders why her choice as a feminist couldn’t be to have a baby without marriage. She must not only justify herself to forward-thinking friends, but also to her deeply religious siblings. Brother Eric, a compassionate minister, is struggling to find his own faith. Sister Beth, an angry and disapproving fundamentalist, is determined to hinder her sister in the name of her religion.
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