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FICTION: Incident on the High Line by Debbie Mumford

November 17, 2014
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Tom Easton patrolled the weathered boards of the Breckenridge railway station platform. Tall pines and whispering aspens rose behind the narrow gauge steam engine, the whole scene framed by craggy mountains capped in glacial snow. The blazing blue of the Rocky Mountain sky put such a shine on the white caps, Tom’s eyes watered...

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FICTION: Aberrant by Eric M. Bosarge

October 27, 2014
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I shower in my clothes sometimes. I don’t know why. I just do. My wife, Janet, pounds on the door and yells, “What are you doing in there?” The doorknob rattles. It’s locked so she can’t come in. Water drips down my face, steam...

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FICTION: Quandary at the Topless Carwash by Joshua Dobson

October 9, 2014
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Didi always hated thongs, (so naturally her job required her to wear one.) She’d just as soon go naked. Only minutes into her shift at the topless carwash and already the ribbon of red silk wedged between her butt cheeks was driving her fuckin’...

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Without Warning By David Rosenfelt – review

October 14, 2014
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It must be satisfying for an author of a popular series like the Andy Carpenter novels to write not one but two well-received standalones. This, of course, is the...

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Black Horizon By James Grippando – review

October 14, 2014
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Jack Swyteck, the book’s protagonist, is an accomplished defense lawyer, demonstrated in numerous previous novels in the series. However, in this entry his role as an attorney, bringing suit...

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Moving Day by Jonathan Stone – review

October 14, 2014
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Stanley Peke (born Stanislaw Shmuel Pecoskowitz in Poland during the Nazi regime) is a 72-year-old survivor; Rose, his wife of over 50 years, is 70. After moving from their...

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The Sun is God by Adrian McKinty – review

October 13, 2014
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Having just read the latest in this author’s Detective Sean Duffy novels, and loved it, I was greatly looking forward to his most recent book, and was not in...

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