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Infertility Rites
Mary Melfi's first novel explores the emotional trauma of infertility and its resulting marital conflicts....
Middle-Aged Boys & Girls
We all know adults who are stranded in the amber of adolescence. Growing older but...
Somewhere in the Stars
Taking place during World War II, Somewhere in the Stars is the story of three...
Charlotte--a gifted but broken jazz singer--has found security and support under the roof of an...
Asylum/ Ransomed: Breaking the Fourth Wall
A flip book, Asylum/Ransomed features two separate titles. In Asylum, join Sameer in a classroom...
Maniac Drifter
When Harper Martin drifts into a sleepy Cape Cod resort with a mysterious investment plan,...
Beginning with seductive thoughts from Neruda's memorias, and brooding over the legends of the Haida people in British Columbia (the white raven) and Italian superstitions (the black cat), the protagonist transports the reader into the world of Canadian immigration post-WW2. On the one hand, there is the memory never wiped from the mind of the protagonist who returns and sees his old hometown as it once was. Additionally, there is the suffering caused by migration. Like the hunter who, after a few years of living in Canada, returns home to enjoy the fruits of a pension -- and realizes the...

"Alone, quietly alone as always in the solitude that every man carries within, like an unforgettable relic, I am going to the convent to wash my conscience."
The light of the soul: Neruda, the white raven, the black cat
Girls Closed In
The Undertaker's Wife: Stories
The Sea-Wave
In the Claws of the Cat
The King of the Sea Monkeys
Fate's Instruments: No Safeguards 2 - Paul's Story
Tracie's Revenge & Other Stories
Island of the Nightingales
Blessed Harbours: An Anthology of Canadian-Hungarian Writers
Tales from the Bottom of My Sole
The Tangible Word
Head Games