The House on Lynch Street by Adshan Jaffery has an engaging cover with these words: “You can leave the house; you cannot leave the game.”
The Secret Diary of Helen Blackstone by Michele Pariza Wacek is an account of Helen’s experience of going home after a five-year absence. From 15
Coke With A Twist by A. W. Hartoin is a 45-page short story about an assistant to a private investigator. Why Mercy is helping her
Photo by Patrick Perkins on Unsplash Sticky Fingers: 36 Twisted Short Stories by JT Lawrence is presented as The Complete Box Set Collection because the
She’s Gone! is a 168- page novel by Lorena May about the guilt and doubt of a mother surrounding the disappearance of her daughter, Cassandra.
The first thing that struck me about Watching Glass Shatter by James J. Cudney was the writing style. In one word, it is elegant. Cudney