Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite Invasion of Privacy and Other Short Stories is a collection of Jim Liston's tales and vignettes. The title story, Invasion of Privacy, is about Jim Gotweb, a computer geek who has a little computer store which he runs with his wife until she's stabbed and left for dead by a robber. Jim got a look at the robber as he was leaving the store; a man with a spider tattoo on his face. Devastated and bereft, Jim decides that he's going to find the man…
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Men We Reaped: A Memoir - Once upon a time, many young black men lost their lives to violence, drugs and societal neglect - if only this wasn't still the painful truth in America. National Book Award Winner Jesmyn Ward has written a memoir of her youth in coastal Mississippi, where life is hard if you are poor and often deadly if you are a black male. Prepare yourself for a wrenching read and endeavor to remain un-numbed - Amy Henry, aka Amy Cabernet Quilts.
“Sheldon Horowitz, an 80-year-old Korean War veteran, has a touch of dementia and goes to live with his daughter and son-in-law in Norway. One day what sounds like violence breaks out in the upstairs apartment and a young boy's life appears to be at risk. Sheldon becomes the boy's protector/abductor, fleeing in disguise through the countryside. A wild, compelling, politically complex, and sometimes funny tale that is a very rich read.” Richard Howorth, Square Books, Oxford, MS