Sing the Dead Man’s Song, by Arthur Burke

Eddie Jackson is one of the biggest rock stars in the world. When he dies in a car crash, a lot of people stand to lose money, so his death is hushed up. Eddie’s band mate, Clem, has determined the truth must come out. As pressure is put on Clem to play along, he suspects he’s part of a bigger conspiracy and that Eddie’s death was no accident.

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The Songs We Hide, by Connie Hampton Connally

The Songs We Hide by Connie Hampton Conally

The Songs We Hide (356 pages), is a work of historical fiction by Connie Hampton Connally. In communist Hungary, a peasant loses his land, a young mother loses her baby’s father, and both are scared into silence—until music brings them together to face the agonizing tests ahead. “This is a haunting, character-driven novel with a simple…

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Open Wide, the Eye, by Susan Dworski Nusbaum

Open Wide, The Eye by Susan Dworski Nusbaum

Open Wide, the Eye ($11.95, 150 pages, ISBN: ) is a collection of sixty new poems by Susan Dworski Nusbaum. Read an interview with Susan on Cultured Vultures. “They say writers are artists and that really shines through in Susan Dworski Nusbaum’s writing. I should imagine there are many artists out there, who would pay…

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What We Take With Us, by Susan Dworski Nusbaum

What We Take With Us

What We Take With Us (152 pages), by Susan Dworski Nusbaum, is a collection of 63 poems written over the past 15 years of the poet’s life. “In What We Take With Us, Susan Nusbaum maps our way home, always unflinchingly aware of those problems never solved, the justice never found, and the way loss…

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