Restoration Heights by Wil Medearis

Reddick is an artist living in New York City, yet makes his living delivering and hanging art for wealthy clients. His life is thrown into turmoil when he’s one of the last people to see the fiancé of his current client before she goes missing. He’s quickly and mysteriously hired by another society family to... Continue Reading →

Button Man by Andrew Gross

In turn of the century New York City, ten blocks separated two worlds. Rich. Poor. Privileged. Insignificant. To live below Houston in the Lower East Side usually meant you were Irish, Italian, or Jewish, an immigrant who had few options for advancement. Morris Rabishevsky and his five siblings grow up with their share of heartache;... Continue Reading →

Katerina by James Frey

Paris 1992: An existence based on want. Of pure gluttony and desire. Cultivating a life of art, sex, drugs, and writing. A hard-driving frenetic love of Katerina. Los Angeles 2017: Stability. Boredom. Guilt. Commercial success. Deep self-hatred. Selling out. A love defined by partnership of wife, mother of children. Katerina is the story of Jay,... Continue Reading →

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