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E.S. Kraay Combines 'Creation' and Prizefighting in New Book

The author of three successful historical novels switches gears and writes a novella

PRLog - Oct. 15, 2012 - TUCSON, Ariz. -- CreateSpace, Amazon’s publishing affiliate, has released E.S. Kraay’s fifth book, The Sixth Day: A 17-175-Word Novella About Creation and Prizefighting on Friday, October 12, 2012.  After three historical novels and a cop-thriller released earlier this year, Kraay offers his readers a novella that juxtaposes the story of creation with an amateur boxing match in the 1960’s.  “I woke up in the middle of the night with the opening words on my mind,” Kraay says.  “The story, the format… everything chose me.”

As its lengthy title might suggest, The Sixth Day is a ‘quirky story’ that takes Kraay to new ground as he describes a single day in the lives of five brothers abandoned my deadbeat parents.  The oldest brother is a boxer.  The night of his big fight against the Polish Dropper, his little brothers invite a hobo to supper, a drifter who ends up being quite a remarkable man.  “As much as I like to write historical fiction,” Kraay remarks, “I have to admit I have a special feeling about this new book.”

E.S. Kraay writes from the Sonoran Desert near Tucson, Arizona where he resides with his wife Marie of 38 years and their three dogs.  All of his books are available at Amazon.com and other online realtors.  All of Kraay’s novels are available as electronic books from Kindle.

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