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The Witness House

by Michael Beeman

The history of World War II is so rich in character and detail that fiction presented alongside often pales in comparison, and this is especially true for a story so nuanced and taut as Kohl presents in "The Witness House". The cast of... Read More

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The Secret Peace

by Michael Beeman

The world as we know it is ending: Terrorist attacks are on the rise, our natural resources are nearly depleted, and the financial institutions protecting our money have been revealed as little better than incompetent. But according to... Read More

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Chances

by Michael Beeman

Phoenix-based Eskel “Worth” Worthman is content to be a low-risk private eye, trading in “cameras and skulking and stakeouts”—the tamer side of detection that keeps gas in his Corvette and a roof over his head. But when he... Read More

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We're Getting On

by Michael Beeman

The three nearly-connected stories in James Kaelan’s debut collection are remarkable for their surreality, bleakness, and linguistic acrobatics. Alone, each story comments on the nature of storytelling, from the desire to escape... Read More

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