Award-winning short stories about families in turmoil and children in peril, from a homeless mother forced to put her son in foster care to a suburban mother afraid of passing her water phobia to her son...by Ellen Herbert, "a Southern author to celebrate, with a wry wit that’s free range and delicious," says Richard Peabody, Editor, 'Gargoyle Magazine.'
UNDER THE HOUSE is the story of the Rathbones, a prominent Saskatchewan family who live with a secret they're determined to keep. Only young Evelyn finds the courage to break down the wall of silence that keeps the truth at bay. Her ally is Aunt Maude, a timid woman who has lived with the secret from childhood.
"I remember [George] as being the most creative photographer and designer that I ever worked with. After he painted my thumb and applied the star, he photographed what may be one of the most famous album covers ever. How can you forget a guy like this? I had no idea he was a writer. His writing is as creative and scintillating as the rest of his talents and personality.”
—Don McLean (American Pie)
Move over, Elmore Leonard and Dennis Lehane. Kerry Dunn's JOE PEACE is in town. When Joe's penchant for cocaine and a disastrous affair with his partner Cassie buries him at the bottom of the Austin Police Department's burnout brigade, Joe turns to crime. "An exciting gang story and a heartbreaking tale of relationships." Publishers Weekly.
Five million pedophiles...three angry women...one desperate solution. A psychological thriller about a conspiracy of women who kill pedophiles. "...goes far beyond shallow revenge fantasy." Publishers Weekly. Ideal for book clubs; discussion guide included.