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The introduction to Peter Fitch's life and friends and how his life leads up to his attack by the "beast of the streets".
Bonnie Miller and Jack Walters were meant to be together from the beginning. From the moment they laid eyes on one another in the local second hand book shop. But when faced with many obstacles, their love for one another is put to the test and having to fight for survival. Can their love...
By A J Dowen
Coby Shanks appears to be an average American but deep down there is a bloody secret that very few know of, and the rest soon die shortly after finding out. A man of heartless devotion to a cold line of work with only one weakness... A showgirl of deadly beauty and the voice of a siren. But no...
By Moo Shoo
Joe 'Joker' Maloni is his name, to lead a life of crime is his aim. Not his game yet, still needs to figure a way to get into the big leagues, wants to run with the likes of Al Capone. Yeah, sure, when he does that, a flock of pigs'll fly over head...
A man struggles for life and realises all the good thing within it.
By Ellen Jones
The plea of a young boy in 1940 London, as his world falls apart around him, him just a lonely survivor of one of life's terrors.
Short Story | Updated Jan 1, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 2
~â€œTo the world you may be just one person, but to one person you may be the world.â€~
In the summer of 1940 Winnies parents moved her from the big city to some small town on the coast on North Carolina. While getting to know her new home for the next summer she starts...
THREE WOMEN IN NEW YORK AND THEIR CONVERSATION.
Poetry | Updated Apr 17, 2010 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
The DuPreeâ€™s were the most glamorous couple in New York. They were insanely rich, irresistibly beautiful, most witty, and supremely popular. They had the two most lovely and enchanting daughters, Trista and Willow, and a mysterious son, Trey. But when their weekly â€œtea...