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A lonely young woman longs for more in her life. Desperately seeking intimacy and love, she fears that she may find something much more sinister.

In Einstein, Moore brings us a fresh character, a young woman looking to discover true intimacy and love but terrified by what she may uncover. More
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About Inge Moore

Inge Moore studied creative writing at both the undergraduate and post-graduate level at the University of Alberta. There she worked with such revered writers as Governor General's Award Winning author, Rudy Wiebe. She also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (Zoology) from the University of Guelph. Over the years she has worked as a biologist, a research scientist, an economic development officer, an office manager, an immigration officer, a writer, and a horse trainer.

Moore's short stories have been published in numerous magazines and have been broadcast on radio. She received First Prize in the 1986 Annual Writers' Digest Short Fiction Competition, out of thousands of entrants. She has several books available on Amazon, including 15 short stories, two short story collections and three novels.

Moore has spent most of her life in Canada, moving between Alberta, the Northwest Territores, and Ontario, and has also lived in Austria and Great Britain. Currently she resides in a small town in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys nature, horses, dogs, art, reading, and, of course, writing.

Website: http://ingemoore-novelistandshortstorywriter.yolasite.com/

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Review by: Bernard Fancher on July 4, 2012 :
"I want to meet a man who can say something original."

So begins the story. It is a compelling start, for who of us would not wish the same? And so I was instantly hooked, and my mind raced with possibilities that might follow. Even though the ensuing narrative would surprise me, that isn't a bad thing. Who wants to read something entirely predictable?

Even so, I soon had a handle on the character and her situation, inasmuch as the story seemed already familiar, being reminiscent of one J.D. Salinger might have written, updated to the modern age.

I could go on and expound and explicate, but the story is short enough. Read it for yourself!

Bonus points for a very nice cover, courtesy of Tatiana Vila.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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