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Hotel du Jack

Hotel du Jack

Author: Dan Brotzel

Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd.
Language: English

Synopsis:

A woman granted a superpower discovers it’s more trouble than it’s worth. A neighbourhood forum becomes the setting for a bizarre ghost story. A children’s entertainer wrestles with problems that are nothing to joke about. A harassed dad attempts to meet the challenge of the primary school cake competition. By turns tender and satirical, witty and bizarre, the stories in this debut collection cast a fresh eye on first-world problems. Funny and humane, they zoom in on the absurdities and poignancies in work, family, love and loss in our frenetic modern lives.

The Matter of the Vanishing Greyhound

Author: Steve Levi

Paperback: 210 pages
Publisher: Publication Consultants
Language: English
Genre: Mystery

Synopsis:

How can a Greyhound bus with four bank robbers, a dozen hostages and $10 million in cash disappear off the Golden Gate Bridge? That’s what the San Francisco Police want to know and that is what Detective Heinz Noonan has to solve – BEFORE he can catch the bank robbers and free the hostages.

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Alternative Afterlives

Author: Christopher Fielden

Paperback: 183 pages
Publisher: Victorina Press
Language: English

Synopsis:

Book of the Bloodless Volume 1: Alternative Afterlives is a collection of Chris’s short stories, many of which have won awards. Chris’s work is known for being imaginative, filled with vivid characters and twists of fantasy. Death is the common theme, explored in a dry, humorous style.

How to Write a Short Story

Author: Christopher Fielden

Paperback: 366 pages
Language: English

Synopsis:

In this book the author shares advice based on years of hands-on experience. His published short stories are used as case studies, clearly showing how the tips in the book were used in real-life to achieve publishing success.

Wicked Game

Author: Christopher Fielden

Paperback: 206 pages
Language: English

Synopsis:

Thirteen years ago, Jack Fox tried to exit the criminal organisation he worked for. Leaving proved impossible. Framed for a crime that he didn’t commit, he was imprisoned.
Now, on the day of his release, Jack finds himself drawn back to Moonlight Alley to face his past. Men in balaclavas are waiting for him in the shadows. They attack, knocking him senseless.
Waking in a derelict warehouse, Jack finds he is a hostage at the mercy of terrorists. He isn’t alone. Six other people share his predicament. The terrorists have sworn to kill one of the hostages each day until their demands are met.
As events draw to an unexpected climax, Jack discovers why the terrorists involved him in their wicked game…

To Hull and Back Short Story Anthology 2017

Author: Christopher Fielden

Paperback: 287 pages
Language: English

Synopsis:

The volume contains twenty stories from 359 entrants and seven stories by the people who made the final judgment on how those twenty stories should rank.

To Hull and Back Short Story Anthology 2019

Author: Christopher Fielden

Paperback: 277 pages
Language: English

Synopsis:

A collection of 28 short stories from the winning writers, shortlisted entrants and judges of the 2019 To Hull And Back humorous short story competition. The stories in this book are fun and quirky, written by writers with vivid imaginations. This means all the tales are highly original and entertaining to read. Each will become a fable of mirth and legend in the future.

Cheap Pencil : A Cartoon Collection

Author: Dr. Gumlat Ong Maio

Paperback: 148 pages
Publisher: Notion Press
Language: English

Synopsis:

A Cartoon Collection is a compilation of hundred cartoons by cartoonist and novelist Dr. Gumlat Ong Maio. These hilarious, black-and-white cartoons gained immense popularity when uploaded by the cartoonist on his Facebook page. Among these is a series called Arnachal Mirror which depicts with tongue-in-cheek satire the daily problems of the State – political crisis, corruption, bad roads, money culture in elections, to name a few. Being a doctor, his medical cartoons provide a rare insight into the doctor-patient relationship and its misunderstandings from a doctor’s point of view.

Million Eyes

Author: CR Berry

Paperback: 355 pages
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
Language: English

Synopsis:

What if we’re living in an alternate timeline? What if the car crash that killed Princess Diana, the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower, and the shooting of King William II weren’t supposed to happen?

Ex-history teacher Gregory Ferro finds evidence that a cabal of time travellers is responsible for several key events in our history. These events all seem to hinge on a dry textbook published in 1995, referenced in a history book written in 1977 and mentioned in a letter to King Edward III in 1348.

Ferro teams up with down-on-her-luck graduate Jennifer Larson to get to the truth and discover the relevance of a book that seems to defy the arrow of time. But the time travellers are watching closely. Soon the duo are targeted by assassins willing to rewrite history to bury them.

Million Eyes is a fast-paced conspiracy thriller about power, corruption and destiny.

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Where There Are Monsters

Author: Breanne McIvor

Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Peepal Tree Press Ltd.
Language: English

Synopsis:

Breanne Mc Ivor is a bold new voice in Caribbean fiction. The Trinidad of her stories is utterly contemporary but also a place defined by its folk mythologies and its cultural creations, its traditions of masking and disguises. Her stories confront the increasing economic and cultural divisions between rich and poor, the alarming rise in crime, murders and an alternative economy based on drug trafficking. Their daring is that they look both within the human psyche and back in time to make sense of this reality. The figure of the loup-garou, the violent rhetoric of the Midnight Robber – or even cannibalism lurking far off the beaten track – have become almost comic tropes of a dusty folklore. In Mc Ivor’s stories they become real and terrifying daylight presences, monsters who pass among us. Her great gift as a writer is to take us to unexpected places, both to seduce us into a kind of sympathy for her monsters of greater and lesser kinds, and sometimes to reveal a capacity for redemption amongst characters we are tempted to dismiss as shallow, unlikable human beings. The problem, in a world of masks and disguises, is how to tell the difference. In these carefully crafted stories, with room for humor, though of a distinctly gothic kind, Breanne Mc Ivor reaches deep into the roots of Trinidad folk narratives to present us with very modern versions of our troubled selves.

Madhupur Bohudoor and Other Stories

Author: Sheelabhadra

Translated by Jyotirmoy Prodhani

Paperback: 131 pages
Publisher: Sahitya Akademi
Language: English

Synopsis:

Madhupur Bohudoor is one of Sheelabhadra’s most celebrated literary works. Through the mythic rediscovery of his native homestead Madhupur, Sheelabhadra has assigned a historic-cultural legitimacy to a locale that has perpetually been in the adjunct of Assam’s narrative landscape. As a master story-teller, Sheelabhadra has been amazingly frank in delineating his characters and recreating the lost lore of the place. His stories betray a deep sense of nostalgia, yet they are never sentimental; they are urbane yet not unimpassioned; humorous but not detached. Like all other works, Madhupoor Bohudoor is elegantly intimate and abidingly universal.

How to Collect a Folk Tale

Author: Tashi Chophel

Publisher: Rachna Books
Language: English

Product description: Easterine Kire: “I love the upward movement of Tashi’s poems where mountain-scape mergers into skycape so smoothly, where mortals and immortals meet and merge with ease – stories that are told with a non-threatening masculinity that brings Sikkim home for me.” Robin S. Ngangom: ” It is Chophel’s wry, revelatory portraits that grip one’s attention. HIs exploration of his roots – by way of droll mythopoeia, a pointing up of cultural vanities where the local is refracted through migrant cultures – is accomplished. He keeps an ironic, but never supercilious, distance, and takes us to the heart of life’s in this rewarding debut.” Sumana Roy: “In Tashi Chophel’s poems one encounters a most interesting cast of characters. One, almost expectedly, breathes the mountain air. But it is these characters, with remarkable personal histories, that one remembers. So precise if Chophel’s way with words that we even remember the person whose hair sticks to their teeth. I read it like one does a novel.”

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