Night Game: Stories
"Night Game" is author and professor Greg Jenkins' first book of short stories-and it is well worth the wait. Long on sentiment and quality and short on overwrought emotion, "Night Game" will stay with you for a long time. We're not the only ones who think so, either-some of these stories have already appeared in Liberty, The South Dakota Review, The American Literary Review, and The Threshold.
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