"Addiction, loss, and loneliness are just a few of the struggles characters navigate in Ambushing the Void, the debut collection by James McAdams. Outliers search for salvation from a syringe or the Internet, but what they really want is to find it in other people....
If the ongoing pandemic has you feeling isolated, anxious, and disconnected, Ambushing the Void, while not comforting, assures you that you are not alone."
Kirsten Bowen reviews James McAdams' Ambushing the Void in the Broad Street Review.
Now Available! Ambushing the Void
Daniel Hales' ¿Cómo Hacer Preguntas? or How To Make Questions: 69 Instructional Poems in English Reviewed in The Montague Reporter
Like a good, fast-paced crime story? Are you someone who can appreciate the "ironic contrast between tropical paradise and dirty dealing"? Like a strong female lead? Meet Officer Jenny Freitas as she races to solve a series of murders on the Big Island of Hawaii, even as evidence is being gobbled up by the lava flow from the angry goddess Pele.
"Tucher made a good choice in setting the story in the midst of Kilauea’s eruption. It is not only an unusual adversary, akin to a hurricane or an avalanche, it adds an overlay of dread to the story – things are out of control. . . . Pele’s Domain is a quick fun read!" -- Vicki Weisfeld in Crime Fiction Lover
Pele's Domain by Albert Tucher
Street Smart Series #4
More about the book here: Jeremiah Hacker: Journalist, Anarchist, Abolitionist
Read the full review here: www.friendsjournal.org/jeremiah-hacker-journalist-anarchist-abolitionist/
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