One Fell Swoop, by David Linzee

One Fell Swoop by David Linsee

One Fell Swoop (288 pages), is a work of mystery/suspense by David Linzee. When Renata and her boyfriend Peter attempt to discover the identity of her brother Don’s London billionaire employer, they find their lives in danger. “Linzee’s enthusiasm for St. Louis current events, opera and London are evident in the details scattered throughout this…

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Spur of the Moment, by David Linzee

Spur of the Moment by David Linzee

Spur of the Moment (322 pages) is a work of mystery/suspense by David Linzee. When her opera-fundraiser brother is charged with the crime of killing a donor, mezzo-soprano Renata Radleigh takes it upon herself to clear his name. Her investigation will pull her outside the small world of grand opera and into the big-money, high-risk…

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Everything I Love Restored, by Matthew Freeman

Everything I Love Restored by Matthew Freeman

Everything I Love Restored and Other Poems (152 pages) is the newest anthology by award-winning St. Louis poet Matthew Freeman. Coffeetown published Freeman’s collection Darkness Never Far in 2010 and The Boulevard of Broken Discourse in 2011. “Musician and poet Matt Freeman was once the Dogtown poet; now he’s in U. City, but St. Louis…

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Running at Night, by Ned Randle

Running at Night by Ned Randle

Running at Night: Collected Poems 1976-2012 (106 pages) is a collection of fifty-nine poems from the past thirty-three years of poet Ned Randle’s life. “At their best, Randle’s poems evoke a connection with the land that reads as true and absolute. He solidifies the thoughts and lives of imagined earlier inhabitants with grace and empathy, such…

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The Boulevard of Broken Discourse, by Matthew Freeman

The Boulevard of Broken Discourse by Matthew Freeman

The Boulevard of Broken Discourse (140 pages), is a book of poems by St. Louis poet Matthew Freeman. Coffeetown published Freeman’s collection, Darkness Never Far, in 2010. In May of 2014, Matthew won The Graduate Poetry Prize from the University of Missouri, St Louis. Critics have high praise for Freeman’s poetry: “Gritty and real, full…

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