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The Hand Before the Eye

by Jill R. Hughes

“Just as the hand, held before the eye, can hide the tallest mountain, so the routine of everyday life can keep us from seeing the vast radiance of and the secret wonders that fill the world.” Eighteenth century, Hasidic. Manhattan... Read More

Book Review

The Case of Down Alive

by Jill R. Hughes

“What you are about to hear might traumatize or shock….” Brick Mallery’s "The Case of Down Alive" might also leave you laughing out loud. This offbeat spoof of the 1940s radio genre opens with private investigator Mallery... Read More

Book Review

The Delinquent Virgin

by Jill R. Hughes

The art of story telling is alive and well in this intriguing collection of tales by Kalpakian. The Delinquent Virgin is a pleasant potpourri of humor, drama and unexpected twists. Although several stories are set in the fictional town... Read More

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