Monthly Archives: June 2018

Saints for All Occasions by J. Courtney Sullivan

A Tale of Two Sisters by Vincent Cuddihy Late in 2009 Patrick Rafferty died in a single-car crash en route from the bar he owned in Dorchester to the family home in Hull on the southernmost fringes of Boston. His … Continue reading

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 At the Edge of a Wood

by Vincent Cuddihy  At the edge of the wood is the title of The Last Painting of Sara de Vos (2016), the fourth novel by Australian-born writer Dominic Smith. Smith, who now lives and teaches in the US, has received some … Continue reading

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Precious Cargo by Craig Davidson

Reviewed by Melanie Cutting All children are special.  This is something we all know and appreciate, but some children are simply more special than others. In 2008, when aspiring author Craig Davidson was at a low point, emotionally and financially, … Continue reading

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