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The Woman in White

by Wilkie Collins

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The Woman in White is one of the earliest and most famous mystery novels written. Published by British author Wilkie Collins in 1860, the book centers around Walter Hartright and his run-in with a mysterious woman dressed in white.

The Secret Adversary

by Agatha Christie

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The Secret Adversary is a classic crime novel written by British author Agatha Christie. The story starts with a prologue aboard the RMS Lusitania and then jumps to London in 1919.

The Jew of Condado (The Macabre Collector’s Series)

by Stephen Earley Jordan

Author Stephen Earley Jordan II introduces Hiram, a lonely Puerto Rican separated from his family for reasons unknown. Written as a tribute to Virginia’s Woolf’s “To the Lighthouse”, this story begins with stream of consciousness to show Hiram welcoming The Guest into his home. After showing immediate hospitality, unusual occurrences begin and The Guest informs Hiram of his birthright and unexpected fate. This is a short tale of commitment and faith; betrayal and perversion; and teaches that, at times, faith alone is not enough to keep one alive when you have no idea of who you truly are. This is the last short story in The Macabre Collector’s Series.

Hassidic Heat (Hassidic Passion Book 3)

by Jayde Blumenthal

A nice Hassidic boy, a nice Hassidic girl…

The final book in this sensational new series!

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The stunning conclusion!

Raizy and Beryl were getting to know each other better, to understand the rhythm of each other’s bodies, and of each other’s pleasures. But now… Raizy has written a book that threatens to drive a wedge between the two of them permanently. Sure, Beryl knows about her feelings for another woman… but is he brave enough to dare to act on it?

Find out in the climactic finale that takes you deep, deep inside an exotic world…

American Monkey: Stage play

by Mihkel Raud

A dark comedy written by a seasoned talent show judge Mihkel Raud, “American Monkey” is a thought provoking look at reality television and modern society. The play has been produced all over the world to critical acclaim.

“You’ll be squirming, and yes, you’ll be laughing, and then at dessert you’ll be talking, and then at night you’ll be thinking.”

– Tampa Bay Times

“Suspenseful and satisfying”

– Creative Loafing

Norman, Helen and Alex sit behind a table, as they’ve done many, many times before. Before them, twentysomething hopeful Fred gives it his best shot with an a capella version of the Everly Brothers’ “All I Have To Do Is Dream” that is definitely very Dorothy-friendly. Norman, who makes Simon Cowell look like a teddy bear, has latched onto Fred’s “challenges” in the upper registerâ??or is it his sexuality?â??as the three judges decide whether to move Fred forward in their American Idol-like television singing competition.

Fred begs for one more chance, mentioning that if he makes it to the contestant-judge duet round he’d like to sing with Norman. But Norman’s “only way you’re gonna sing with me is over my dead body” cruelty knows no bounds, as he launches into a nonstop tirade of insults in which he compares Fred to everything from an “empty cake box” to a “fart at a funeral.” Done entertaining himself, Norman tells Fred to get out, but now it’s Fred’s turn to be entertainedâ??with the gun he pulls from his pants.

Now it’s Fred’s turn to play puppet master. One by one, he forces the judges at gunpoint to perform, and then he and their two colleagues vote. The room is becoming more dog-eat- dog by the momentâ??or is that monkey-eat-banana?â??and all the while, Norman keeps calling for Mustafa, their missing producer, who should be making this all go away before it gets out of hand. Norman and Helen pull through, but Alex isn’t so lucky. What happens to the losers when one of your judges has a gun? And what if it’s been playing live all along?

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