Brief Cases, Short Spans
Press 53, 2008 - Fiction - 204 pages
The stories in Brief Cases, Short Spans cover a range of time and places, from the fields of France in World War II to mid-century small town New England life. Their common link is the human element, for Tom Sheehan is a master at creating compelling and real characters. Above all else, the stories in Brief Cases, Short Spans are stories of love: young love, mature love, the love between families, and the love between comrades in arms. Sheehan's characters leap off the page until it feels as if you've known them forever, and you'll want to come back and visit them time and time again.
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