by Gina Barlean
Four chilling tales.
December 9, 2014
December 3, 2017
G. M. Barlean is a Nebraska author and a member of the Nebraska Writers Guild.
The only way to save her family was to sing. It’s 1937, beginning the second dip of a double-dip depression in post-Prohibition Cleveland with its poverty and its gangs. Bobbi Bowen has a dream. She wants to to to art school, but when she passes the Holy Rosary soup kitchen, with its straggle of shuffling… [Read More]
by Kent Sievers
Eugene Fellig goes from reluctant hero to suspect overnight. After tackling, then photographing the arrest of a serial rapist with ties to a secretive group of child abusers, he becomes their target. Awakened by police after a night of celebrating his incredible front page photo, Eugene is arrested. He soon learns that the woman he… [Read More]
by Kent Sievers
It is the dead of winter. In Omaha, Nebraska’s north downtown, homeless men are disappearing. Alex Capstain sees it when no one else does because he lives among them. For nearly two years he has called a doghouse home. After losing everything to a failing economy, he’s working his way off the street one recycled… [Read More]
by G B MacRae
Gellia has escaped the backwater kingdom of her birth and is out in the great wide world. She’s finally traveling to the land of her forefathers, excited to see what the future holds. But her bond horse is perpetually exasperated, her benefactor’s moods are constantly changing, her new compatriots are plotting against her, and she… [Read More]