Monthly Archives: November 2015

Disclaimer by Renee Knight

Catherine Ravenscroft is living a fairly perfect life. She is an award winning documentary film maker and her husband, Robert, is a lawyer.  Their son, Nick, is finally out of the home, living on his own after a few shaky … Continue reading

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You Will Never Find Me by Robert Wilson

Amy Boxer is fed up with her life. Her parents are controlling, as only a cop and a private investigator can be. She hates school and doesn’t know what she wants to do, but she is certain that she doesn’t … Continue reading

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Fortune Smiles: Stories by Adam Johnson

I am really not a big short story lover.  Evidently I am not alone since several authors have noted in interviews I have read recently that they get rather negative reactions from their fans when they talk about writing short … Continue reading

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The Hand That Feeds You by A. J. Rich

Morgan Prager, a masters student at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, has been working on her thesis exploring the idea that identifying what makes a victim could help change the definition of a predator.  To that end she … Continue reading

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