The financial crash of 2008, plus a new woman, make for a potent Molotov cocktail.
As if escape from a disastrous marriage wasn't enough, Alfie jumps straight back into the fire.
Driven to a place where no one knows him, the road to rebuilding his life is littered with potholes.
Post it notes stuck on the fridge door are constant reminders of a period Alfie wants to forget. But he can't resist a challenge, even if it has the potential to destroy him. Has Alfie taken on more than he can handle? Only time will tell.
'Post it Notes' is ...
Newly divorced Karoline London needs to heal and find her normal again, as older sister Suzie keeps reminding her. But what does Suzie, married to the ideal husband, know about the shattering effect of living with someone tormented by addictions?
When Karoline meets a handsome new man, things just might be looking up. Until the day she learns about a tragic event in ex-husband Jeremy's childhood.
Faced with the horrifying experience that shaped the man she used to love, Karoline reconsiders what she thought was real. In the ...
WINNER, 2018 New York Book Festival for Romance.
"Pryll captures all the international sexual tension and possibility that was 1990s Prague." - Bonnie Ditlevsen, editor, Penduline Press
Divorced expat, Joseph, takes a gap year in the late nineties, womanizing Prague with a vengeance. He obsesses over one elusive girl, and tires of the parade of women he assimilates into his sad life, His soulmate is out there. In fact, he may have already met her.
"Chimera" features a unique story-within-the-story format as Joseph digs from finish ...
For Hank, Sam never became Mark Twain. As a riverboat pilot, Sam saved young Hank from the crushing paddlewheels as the boy stowed away on the City of Memphis. Sam returned Hank to Minnesota when news reached downriver that Hank's mother was on trial for killing the father Hank had run away from. Years later, in a barber's chair prior to his mother's funeral, Hank reads a frog story that's awful close to a tall tale Sam once told. The magazine claims it's written by a fellow named Mark Twain.
THE ADVENTURES OF HANK FENN (Americana ...