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SET IN 1908-1910 SAN FRANCISCO, THE MAXWELL VENDETTA AND THE SECOND VENDETTA DESCRIBE A FAMILY’S STRUGGLE AGAINST A MARAUDER INTENT ON DESTROYING EVERY TRACE OF THEM AND THEIR LEGACY.

WITH THE E-BOOK AT JUST $2.99, AND  THE PAPERBACK AT $10.99 (2ND VENDETTA ONLY) THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST BARGAINS IN LITERARY HISTORY. JUST CLICK ON A COVER IMAGE TO BUY IMMEDIATELY.

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THE MAXWELL VENDETTA

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THE SECOND VENDETTA

 

comprise two volumes of a trilogy of historical thrillers set in 19th and early twentieth century San Francisco and the Sierra Nevada.

The third, entitled BONITA has just been accepted for publication and will appear alongside the other two sometime this year or early in 2016. For a peek inside the covers of all three, click right here:  COMING ATTRACTIONS

IN MEMORIAM–JANET LYNN GRAY

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Listen: there’s a hell of a good universe next door: let’s go —e. e. cummings–  Janet Lynn Gray died on —   Cancer claimed her body, but her indomitable spirit lives on. She was born Janet Lynn Brush in 1943 … Continue reading

MISSING MARTIN

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Many of us oldsters recall The Return of Marin Guerre, the 1982 film with Gerard Depardieu which details the return of a man to a family he left years earlier. Few of us know that the film (and its later remake, Sommersby, … Continue reading

A EUPHORIC READ

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Never read anything quite like it. Euphoria was an unexpectedly unique and absorbing experience. Lily King martook me into a world I’d never explored–the personal realm of those early anthropologists such as Margaret Mead and Bronislaw Malinowski as they investigated the … Continue reading

OLD CHESNUTT’S

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I’m chagrined to confess that I only recently became aware of the prominent African-American author, Charles W. Chesnutt. He produced the majority of his work in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century and is perhaps best known for his Conjure … Continue reading

A DESIRE THAT LASTS, AND LASTS, AND LASTS.

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Previously on Writer Working, we’ve seen Evan S. Connell tackle the life of James Armstrong Custer in Son of The Morning Star and his novel, Mr. Bridge. The Custer book was a winner, Mr. Bridge less so. Prompted by friend/relative Dan I took a peek … Continue reading

MY ABSALOM

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It seems to be my month for revisiting. First is was Camus, now Faulkner. Bill was much the more rewarding, if more difficult. Why Absalom? Well, like so many of my reading choices, it stemmed from the experience of a … Continue reading