People Like Us
Lulu.com, Oct 22, 2008 - 198 pages
A collection of short stories about people both like us and yet unlike us. A surfer who lost his hand discovers his best friend's girlfriend on the waves of Ocean Beach; a desperate couple tries to recoup a way of life and a kidnapped daughter; a young tennis player learns about the complexities of family life and history; a father loses a child and faith in a political system. These stories have been published in literary magazines nationally, including Other Voices, Talking River Review, The Green Mountains Review, The Florida Review, and Nimrod: An International Journal.
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