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‘Everyone deserves the truth, Nouk.’
Set in 1906, a young man from Gibraltar who emigrates to New York City to make a new life for himself and escape the past.
He said he was a fashion designer. But he lived off his investments.
The joys of sitting weren’t lost on someone who stood for a living.
“I put forward that The Orchard is a cornucopia of temptation.”
An observation and mediation on modern life and love.
Time is wobbling the way compass points hover or spin for no rhyme or reason on a nautical chart.
I learned there are three ways to make money. Get more people to buy, get people to buy more often, or get people to buy something more expensive.
“Weather is immune to history, law, diplomacy, and sometimes even reason…”
“I can still taste the shock of it, hot like gulped coffee, and underneath feel my quick furtive smile.”
A confrontation about truth, rights, and guns that might make some readers unsure who to root for.
A woman who is sick turns to love she can pay for.
A macabre, disturbing story of monsters and mothers.
We are going somewhere far: a dark tale of blood and knives.
A humorous take on a writer who manipulates life for his art and its ramifications.
There’s nothing to spill, but it rolls across my uneven floor to the opposite corner of the room, and bumps into the shoebox containing my father’s personal effects.