Barely A Crime (novel)

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  1. Ignatius Press Novels

    The Shop of Ghosts

    December 15, 2015 6:33 pm 1 Comment

    Nearly all the best and most precious things in the universe you can get for a halfpenny. I make an exception, of course, of the sun, the moon, the earth, people, stars, thunderstorms, and such trifles. You can get them for nothing. Also I make an exception of another thing,… Read more »

    Tags: Charles Dickens Christmas G.K. Chesterton short story

  2. Ignatius Press Novels

    Short Story: The Body-Snatcher by Robert Louis Stevenson

    October 29, 2015 11:42 am Leave a Comment

    “You can’t begin and then stop.  If you begin, you must keep on beginning; that’s the truth.  No rest for the wicked.” Horror is a genre that is often used to illustrate the price of immorality. It has been given a bad name by endless schlocky and titillating modern iterations,… Read more »

    Tags: horror Robert Louis Stevenson short story

  3. T. M. Doran

    Short Story: Leonardo’s Work

    September 29, 2015 11:18 am 4 Comments

    Ours is an age where we are barraged at all times by expert opinions, where the obvious becomes elusive. In this original science-fiction short story by T.M Doran, the expert eye may not see what the amateur can. Enjoy. “How many Roadrunners will be delivered this week?” said Leonardo. “Eighty-two.”… Read more »

    Tags: science fiction short story speculative fiction T.M. Doran