Edges: Collected Stories of Mystery

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
"...gripping, with an authentic voice... a marvelous technical feat... By turns funny, touching, and horrifying; a beautiful job."
- Diana Gabaldon, New York Times Bestseller.

Edges is a compilation of diverse mystery short stories from award-winning writer Michael Hiebert.

Coming in at over 34,000 words of fiction, this collection is anything but small. More

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About Michael Hiebert

I am an award-winning author of novels and short stories. My latest book, Dream With Little Angels is being published by Kensington Books and should be on shelves in the spring of 2013.

I live in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada, where it’s cold and wet in the winter and warm (and sometimes also wet) in the summer. We have cougars, and bears and deer. I have a dog named Chloe, three kids, and enough books that it became no fun to move quite a long time ago.

I like to write surprising stories that cross genres, and are often mysterious. I’ve been writing most of my life, but I’ve really spent the last decade perfecting my craft.

My writing seems to be a blend of mystery and the fantastic. I like to find the redemption in the horrific; the surviving heart still left beating among all the sorrow; the beautiful lost somewhere in all the ugliness of the world.

I won the prestigious Surrey International Writer’s Conference Storyteller’s Award twice in a row. This award is sponsored each year by New York Times bestseller Diana Gabaldon and bestseller Jack Whyte.

Check out my website and blog at http://www.michaelhiebert.com and while you're there, sign up for my newsletter. Members receive terrific deals on books and other goodies!

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Review by: Falcon Ridge Publishing on July 15, 2012 :
Edges, by Michael Hiebert, is a collection of four crime-related short stories. They are all fine stories, but the first one, "My Lame Summer Journal by Brandon Harris" shines. It is quite wonderful. And sad. And uplifting, in a weird way. Hiebert has managed to tell the story from the point of view of a young boy, a story that kept me on the edge of my seat, wondering what the adults in his life were going to do. An incredibly believable voice. That one story alone is worth the price of admission. It is certainly worth the five stars.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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