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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American / Mystery & Detective
  • Language:English
  • Pages:74
  • eBook ISBN:9781483536057

Last Week

by Christian Giovanni

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Overview
Call girl-hustler Cora Street thought her boyfriend Danny would never find out what she did last week. Cora is about to learn that the repercussions of what she did last week are far reaching. Bonus short story "Dealing with the Devil" included.
Description
Call girl-hustler Cora Street thought her boyfriend Danny would never find out what she did last week. She assumed it would be just another indiscretion on a long list of improprieties. Cora is about to learn that the repercussions of what she did last week are far reaching. Her actions have angered a powerful, mysterious woman who is willing to give her one last chance to set things right between them. Bonus short story "Dealing with the Devil" included.
About the author
I live in Irving, Texas with my beautiful 8 year old daughter. Writing is something I've always been passionate about, but I've only recently decided to publish my work. In the past year (2013), I released 2 books (Black Rain and The Bartender Always Dies Last)under the name Joshua Caine with the help of a California publisher. After releasing my first two titles under Damnation Books, I decided to test the self-publishing waters, so-to-speak. Thankfully, Amazon has made my first steps into the big world of publishing easy. If you've read any of my books, you probably noticed one thing right away. I have a strange imagination. There. I said it. You have my mother, the life-long Trekkie, to thank for that (I love you, mom!). I grew up on a steady diet of Twilight Zone, Kool-Aid, Night Stalker, and General Hospital (not necessarily in that order). Suffice it to say, my books tend to incorporate two or more elements of the genres I'm most passionate about. I enjoy blurring the boundaries in writing. Coloring inside the lines has never been my strong suit. Some of my friends--after reading my books--have admitted, scratching their heads in baffled amazement, "I've never read anything like this before. Wow! What planet are you from?" This kind of off-handed praise makes me the most proud. I imagine Picasso heard the same thing from a friend or two after showing off his work. No. I am not comparing my work to the great painter's work. I am simply saying that Picasso painted the kind of pictures he wanted to see, and conversely, I write the kind of books I want to read. In doing so, I hope, even in the smallest way, that others enjoy reading my books as much as I enjoy writing them. To date, my catalog is as follows: Joshua Caine: Black Rain The Bartender Always Dies Last Christian Giovanni: My Darling Nikki Book 1 My Darling Nikki Book 2 Issue 1 Last Week The Witch's Hour Episode One: Suicide Pact From the Kitchen to the Grave Corso Diaries I'm looking forward to launching a new story later this fall. Please feel free to send your comments via my website. I would love to hear from you! www.christian-giovanni.com Like one of my books? Like my Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christian-Giovanni/529811060468916?ref=hl
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