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Untreed Reads Presents Crime and Loss: FALSE ALARM and MY WILL Out Now
Flash Fiction fans rejoice! Independent publisher Untreed Reads releases two new short stories, showcasing the breadth of America’s vibrant short story scene. Both titles now available wherever eBooks are sold.
When Officer David Zellner is called in to investigate a burglary at a jewelry store, he soon discovers that although the employees and owner seem happy on the outside, each of them has their own motive for the crime. Zellner soon discovers that in the jewelry business, not all that glitters is gold. A work of super-short crime from our Fingerprints line.
Rekha is the author of numerous flash and short crime stories. Rekha’s first appearance with Untreed Reads was with the flash fiction work Parting Shot.
Cynthia felt the time had come to tell the young boy the truth of his name, and of the fateful day of his birth. Time to tell the story of her beloved Olivia, a beautiful and vibrant woman full of love and happiness. Friend, lover, wife, savior—she would have been a great mother had she survived. So, Cynthia pulls her little boy onto her lap and recalls the day ten years ago; of Cynthia’s pain, Olivia’s parting words, and a baby’s powerful will to live despite his small and frail body. Today, the boy will learn why Mother’s Day means so much to Cynthia. A short story from our Nibs literary line.
Works by Untreed Reads represent a variety of electronic formats, including ePub, the new industry standard. Titles like FALSE ALARM and MY WILL are downloadable to computers, mobile devices, and dedicated ebook readers, including the iPad, nook and Kindle. You can purchase the titles through UntreedReads.com and everywhere ebooks are sold, including Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
To pick up a copy, visit the Untreed Reads bookstore at http://store.untreedreads.com/
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Untreed Reads is an ebook publisher of both fiction and nonfiction titles, featuring multi-reading platform support and no DRM.