Kevin Koperski


Kevin Koperski is the author of Amontillado, a mystery novel revolving around three lives that taken sudden turns when a dark, debonair stranger sits down at a book club meeting to discuss The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe. Find it on Facebook and

Kevin is also the author of Longing at Shadows: Tales of Love and Madness, a digital collection of short stories available now at Amazon, B&N, and various other e-book retailers.

Kevin spends half his time living and working in Chicago, half of his time in the Chicagoland suburbs with his two daughters, and the third half of his time commuting between the two places. That really doesn't leave any halves for writing, but somehow it gets done.

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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 89,830. Language: English. Published: May 25, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General, Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays
Amontillado is a tale of lust, infidelity, and murder. From rainy street corners to candelit bookstores to hidden tunnels deep below a nameless city, you’ll be transported to a surreal world in which motives are mysterious, intentions are unclear, emotions wreak havoc, and one person’s desire for adventure will lead everyone down a dangerous path.
Longing at Shadows: Tales of Love and Madness
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 24,050. Language: English. Published: July 25, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays, Fiction » Romance » General
Longing at Shadows is a collection of short stories that delve into the frustrations and joys of passion and love. While each is a standalone tale, together they span worlds and times, from Victorian London to a modern city street on a snowy evening to the fantastical depths of shadowy imagination, to explore the lust and longing that inspires our love and feeds our madness.

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