Saint Addiction

Rated 3.50/5 based on 3 reviews
Procter's a junkie. He lives near Brown Hill with the raccoons and his drug paraphernalia, which he keeps on a silver platter under the sofa. He didn't have a woman until he met her. She has clean, shiny hair. She's going to be his woman. They're going to be a family. He's not going to be a deadbeat any more.
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About Norman Crane

I live in Canada. I write books. I'm also a historian, a wise guy and a cinephile. When I'm not writing, I'm probably reading or trying to cook. Philip Dick, Haruki Murakami and Graham Greene are some of my favourite authors. I enjoy fiction that makes me curious because curiosity makes me creative. I peer under mossy rocks, knock on hollow trees and believe in hidden passageways—not because I have proof of their existence, but because imagining them is itself the reward. I like non-fiction for the same reason. I also like computers, text editors and mechanical keyboards.

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Review by: Bill Parsons on May 18, 2016 :
Sorry, forgot to rate. Three stars.
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Review by: Bill Parsons on May 18, 2016 : (no rating)
Easy to read. Story was okay. Dude had issues, that was for sure. Never seen addiction cook eggs, but the cops cleared it up in the end
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Review by: James Jenkins on Aug. 27, 2015 :
Other than the final scene (dialog, wrap up) the story is engaging.

I don't have anything else to write that is not in the intro or that would not detract from a new readers enjoyment. I like this, it felt real.
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