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Lucy's Large Lunch

by Elizabeth Breau

Murder in a small Southern town causes serious questioning among the coffee sippers on benches and folding chairs outside of Lucy’s Large Lunch restaurant. As they watch life go by, the town’s oldsters and its police chief, Chuck... Read More

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The Chakras

by Elizabeth Breau

Although the seven chakras are now accepted concepts among yoga practitioners and those who study and engage in meditative or other “alternative” spiritual practices, they were exotic when C. W. Leadbeater set pen to paper in the... Read More

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Who's Yer Daddy?

by Elizabeth Breau

“Influences are of course not simply a list of books read, but, as the word suggests a flowing into. It might be a rambling, a series of confluences.” In his contribution to this anthology, Greg Hewett further suggests that if the... Read More

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From the Ashes of Glory

by Elizabeth Breau

Civil War fiction from a Southern perspective will always find legions of readers among history buffs and battle reenactors. However, such novels risk obscuring the unsavory aspects of Southern culture in favor of continuing reverence... Read More

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For the Survival of Liberty

by Elizabeth Breau

The last presidential election in which over 60 percent of Americans voted occurred in 1964; not even the most compelling issues have motivated greater participation in this most basic democratic right. Predictions of voter turnout for... Read More

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The Silent Partner

by Elizabeth Breau

Homer, a disgraced angel, has only seven days to publish a book that will prevent humanity from destroying itself. To do this, she must somehow convince its author, Tom Summers, to rewrite his toxic last chapter to provide humanity with... Read More

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