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Tecumseh's Curse

by Molly Horan

What if a conflict in America’s past came back to haunt its twenty-first-century citizens? When a man turns up dead in the Battle of Tippecanoe Park on the two-hundredth anniversary of the battle, a police officer assigned to the cause... Read More

Book Review

The Moon Coin

by Molly Horan

You see, a story can be made up as easily as you please, or not. But a tale, now that’s a moon of a different color. A tale is an account of things in their due order, often divulged secretly, or as gossip. Would you like to hear one?... Read More

Book Review

Shanghaied

by Molly Horan

I loved Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad, seeing myself in his wonderful stories of faraway places, strange-looking people, and magnificent adventures. I wanted my own magnificent adventure, just like them. Jack Sligo, a fifteen-year-old Irish... Read More

Book Review

Tony Hawk's 900 Revolution

by Molly Horan

“Slider, you’ve got something inside you, a raw talent and this piece of board knew it, amplified it. We can teach you how to hone it, control it. Use it for the betterment of mankind.” Part novel, part graphic novel, Impulse, the... Read More

Book Review

The Hangman in the Mirror

by Molly Horan

“Françoise, if a woman is condemned to death by hanging, she must marry the hangman. That will save her life.” So explains Madame Pommereau to her servant Françoise, neither realizing that this seemingly insignificant fact will... Read More

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