• Labyrinth
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    Labyrinth David L Ulin

    A middle-aged man living in Los Angeles takes a business trip to San Francisco, where he lived, briefly but intensely, when he was just out of high school. Over the course of a long afternoon and evening, he confronts the… More

  • Barn Cat
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    Barn Cat Kyoko Mori

    A family tale for new readers, from a New York Times Notable author in her stride. A young girl leaves Tokyo with her mother in 1979, carrying her pink suitcase to a new home, a new father and sister, on a dairy farm in Wisconsin.… More

  • Driving with Daisy
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    Driving with Daisy Tom Nestor

    A funny, moving and wistful story of a rural Ireland long since passed.1940′s rural Ireland. Every week, young Tom is sent on an errand to the nearby town on foot. An imaginative boy, he convinces himself hes a cowboy… More

  • Maggie’s Story
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    Maggie’s Story Sheila O'Flanagan

    Maggie is forty-three years old and looking for romance. She loves her husband, Dan, but his idea of romance is a couple of drinks at the local bar and an early night at home. Her children think she’s too old to care.… More

  • It All Adds Up
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    It All Adds Up Margaret Neylon

    Each of has a very personal set of numbers that influence our lives. Based on our date of birth, our age and our name, theses special numbers are guides, blue-prints to our life path. The study of these numbers is numerology.… More

  • Old Money, New Money
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    Old Money, New Money Peter Sheridan

    The city is Dublin, the year is 1972. Redser and Pancho are two teenagers from the North Wall. Redser is top of the class, especially good at math. Pancho’s knack is finding money, not adding or subtracting it. Redser’s… More

  • The Lane
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    The Lane Maura Rooney Hitzenbuhler

    In the tradition of Maeve Binchy, The Lane paints a clear and poignant picture of Dublin in the Fifties? its people, their hardships and their humor. The Lane draws a sharp line under the restrictions on Irish women and… More

  • No Dress Rehearsal
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    No Dress Rehearsal Marian Keyes

    Lizzie is dead – she just doesnt know it. Why does everyone ignore her when she needs a little sympathy? She has been in an accident, after all. The next day, Lizzie goes to work as usual and meets two unusual people,… More

  • The Playgroup
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    The Playgroup Elizabeth Mosier

    A young mother faces old fears and new challenges when she becomes pregnant with a second child.… More

  • Dump and Chase
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    Dump and Chase Elizabeth Young

    Poor Ken. One snide comment about hockey and Kendra, his girlfriend—or “girlfriend coach”—asks him not to call her anymore. How can he win her back? By using his rent money to buy a fortune in hockey equipment… More

  • The Church of Cheese
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    The Church of Cheese Carol Miller

    A rare inside look at Roma culture, ritual and belief at its peak in the American Gypsy experience – A Disapora spread over five continents, Gypsies conjure the romance of a nomadic life, a nostalgia for a simpler… More

  • An Accident Waiting to Happen
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    An Accident Waiting to Happen Vincent Banville

    An Irish gumshoe gets in trouble again in this steamy short fiction that features gangs, pay-offs, immigration and a dose of greed. Private detective John Blaine is back treading Dublin’s mean streets. With … More

  • The South Lawn Plot
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    The South Lawn Plot Ray O'Hanlon

    Nick Bailey considers himself a hardboiled reporter for London’s hungriest tabloid. But even Bailey is left reaching for answers when he gets a midnight assignment to investigate a body hanging from the infamous… More

  • One Season in the Sun
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    One Season in the Sun Joe Schuster

    These are the tales of one-season wonders. The history of baseball is filled with forgotten names—players who are good enough to reach the top of the sport but who, for any number of reasons, land at the edges of the game.… More

  • Everyday Ghosts
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    Everyday Ghosts James Morrison

    For two years, Brother Pete has lived as a monk in a rundown abbey on the outskirts of the city. He has run away from his life only to find himself among a group of outcasts and oddballs, from a former child star who’s… More

  • The Colors of Catalonia
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    The Colors of Catalonia Virginie Raguenaud

    Catalonia boasts an extraordinary cultural heritage. Its lively Mediterranean villages have inspired artists such as Henri Matisse, Andre Derain, Pablo Picasso, George Braque, Salvador Dali, and many others. … More