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  1. The Innocents and Other Stories cover


  1. The Innocents and Other Stories cover

    The Innocents and Other Stories

    December 16, 2019 3:37 am Leave a Comment

    Newly translated into English for the first time, these four novellas from the acclaimed German writer Gertrud von le Fort are from her later works of historical fiction. Ominous and mysterious, these page-turning stories bring to life momentous chapters in from the past. The Innocents, set in Germany after the… Read more »

    Tags: Europe historical fiction short stories World War II

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    Free download! The Yellow Tavern Mystery

    December 18, 2013 11:45 am Leave a Comment

    Here’s a Christmas present for mystery-loving readers! Those who have read T. M. Doran’s Terrapin know that the main character, Dennis Cole, is an engineering professor AND a mystery story writer (using the alias, Henry Drake). The Yellow Tavern Mystery is an original short mystery story by Cole/Drake featuring characters… Read more »

    Tags: ebooks free downloads mystery short stories T.M. Doran

  3. Ignatius Press Novels

    News & Links on the Feast of Mother Cabrini

    November 13, 2013 5:36 pm Leave a Comment

    Here’s a sampling of what’s been going on in the literary and Catholic world recently. reviews Meriol Trevor’s Shadows and Images, calling it “a deeply moving love story, beautifully written” with “echoes of Jane Austen”. It also has more than an echo of Bl. John Henry Newman’s conversion story,… Read more »

    Tags: Amazon Catholic World Report Dostoevsky fiction Flannery O'Connor poetry reviews short stories

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    News & Links, Nobel Prize Edition

    October 10, 2013 11:59 am 7 Comments

    Alice Munro, noted short-story writer, was just awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. A Canadian, her work shares some similarities to mid-century Southern US writers like Flannery O’Connor, including a regional focus and a regular movement to a moment of realization within her tales. Speaking of Flannery, here’s our T.M…. Read more »

    Tags: book art ebooks Nobel Prize short stories

  5. The Last Ugly Person

    July 19, 2013 8:27 pm Comments Off on The Last Ugly Person

    What would happen if … a society ever actually succeeded in eliminating its undesirable members? … a man was asked to travel through a land he did not know to bring a prisoner before a king he had never seen? The tales in The Last Ugly Person and Other Stories… Read more »

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