Everybody Loves a Hero

Everybody Loves a Hero

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by Scott William Carter, Jack Nolte
     
 
What makes a hero?

In these ten riveting tales of crime and suspense, take a thrilling journey from the backstreets of Chicago to the windy bluffs of the Oregon coast exploring that very question. Discover good guys, bad guys, and everything in between. Some stories are dark and brooding, others light and quirky, and some defy categorization altogether. This

Overview

What makes a hero?

In these ten riveting tales of crime and suspense, take a thrilling journey from the backstreets of Chicago to the windy bluffs of the Oregon coast exploring that very question. Discover good guys, bad guys, and everything in between. Some stories are dark and brooding, others light and quirky, and some defy categorization altogether. This collection is sure to please fans of crime fiction as well as those who enjoy well-crafted short stories.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012063915
Publisher:
Flying Raven Press
Publication date:
12/21/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
250,165
File size:
487 KB

Meet the Author

SCOTT WILLIAM CARTER’s first novel, The Last Great Getaway of the Water Balloon Boys, was hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “touching and impressive debut” and won an Oregon Book Award. Since then, he has published a dozen novels and over fifty short stories, his fiction spanning a wide variety of genres and styles. His most recent book for younger readers, Wooden Bones, chronicles the untold story of Pinocchio and was singled out for praise by the Junior Library Guild. He lives in Oregon with his wife and children. Visit him online at www.ScottWilliamCarter.com.

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Everybody Loves a Hero 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
Good job and based in an interesting place.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Since when have previews been considered stories? A story MUST HAVE a conclusion to be story! This an advertisement. AD
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as good as Jack Nolte's The Gray and Guilty Sea, but a nice collection -- entertaining, fun, weird, a little of everything here
Jonniker More than 1 year ago
This is very poor reading, and mostly a book preview. Barnes and Noble should be ashamed. PB Florida
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