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Again
Love is patient, love is kind, love lasts forever. An elderly couple revisits their relationship after the husband experiences a debilitating stroke. How will the change in physical abilities and expectations affect their relationship? A short story from our Candlelight romance line.
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Oh No, My Brother is Frankenstein's Monster
After a car accident, Matthew's brother has a metal halo screwed into his skull. But he doesn't look like an angel. He looks more like Frankenstein's monster, and he's moving into the room next to Matthew. Someone is watching Matthew's house. He's wearing a white lab coat with IGOR on the nametag. A jar with a Big Brain label is found in their backyard. A storm is brewing, the phone is dead, the power is out, and the brothers are all alone in the dark, as a shadow passes by their window. ... more info>>
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The Wire in the Butter
The scent of cotton candy, kettle corn, deep-fried cheese curds and pronto pups fill the air at the end of summer. The Minnesota State Fair has started and, slice by slice, a chunk of butter reveals a woman's head; a bust of Princess Kay of the Milky Way. This year the sculptor is knocked out, the model is strangled with wire and the smiling butter sculpture helps guide Dan Niemi and Jeff Andersen to the killer's identity. A short story from our Fingerprints mystery/crime/thriller line.
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Vacation Therapy
Welcome to Club Fred Taylor's best friend, Molly planned his perfect vacation. Checking into an all male resort, he and Sergio discover a dead body, which disappears. As Taylor stumbles over it again, the problems have only started in this tropical paradise. Taylor befriends the hottest male porn star, an angry drag queen, and a mystery novelist, whose new novel is paralleling Taylor's trip. Men are dropping at his feet, dead, and Taylor needs to escape this trip to hell. Mother Nature has ot... more info>>
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Who Snuffed the Turkey?
Inability to get along with family members is a given when it comes to being together for Thanksgiving, but is it possible to be so dysfunctional you accidentally kill someone? This short story appears in the Thanksgiving mystery anthology THE KILLER WORE CRANBERRY.
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