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Crossing the Line

by Diane Prokop

From the Paris setting to the autopsy scenes, Molay’s descriptions add believable imagery to this page-turner mystery. Jewelry heists and murders keep police busy chasing the bad guys in Crossing the Line: A Paris Homicide Mystery, by... Read More

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The Smell of Mud

by Diane Prokop

The journals of a prostitute help a young girl learn what it means to overcome hardship and become an independent woman. The sex trade has been a favorite theme of authors for hundreds of years, and why wouldn’t it be? The world’s... Read More

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Men in Prison

by Diane Prokop

This thinly veiled fictional autobiography is a powerful polemic on prison life, as well as a beautifully wrought literary gem. First published in 1931, "Men in Prison" chronicles Victor Serge’s time spent as a political prisoner in... Read More

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