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Nathaniel Tower

Nathaniel Tower writes fiction, teaches English, and manages the online literary magazine Bartleby Snopes. His short stories have been published in over fifty online and print magazines. In 2010, his story "The Oaten Hands" was named one of 190 Notable Stories by the story South Million Writers Award. A Reason to Kill is his first novel. He currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife and daughter.
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 Genre: Psychological Thriller

Release: July 2011

Word count: 75658

Pages: 183

ISBN: 978-1-927085-22-6

E-book price: $5.95

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Young hotshot Detective Geminer became a police officer to put away scum like the man who killed his father. His latest case, the Do-Good Killer, chooses his victims based on prior criminal records and thinks their history of crime is justification for his murders. As the isolated Geminer attempts to capture the elusive criminal, cope with the loss of his father, and find normal human relationships, he questions his own motives behind being a police officer and begins to learn that he and his enemy have quite a bit in common.

Genre: Mainstream Drama

Tags: Bullying, schools, shooting, guns, suicides, friendship, loyalty, threats

Pages: 66

ISBN: 978-1-77127-064-9

Price: $3.50
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A series of tragic events at Rosehill Academy, a middle-class Midwest high school, tests the limits of human relationships. Beginning with the tragic suicide of a beautiful but little-known girl and the rumors of the inappropriate relationship that caused it, everyone at the school becomes affected in some way by the events that occur in the week that follows. During the course of that week, a resignation, overdose, bout with alcoholism, death threat, and school shooting all impact the lives of everyone. Was the suicide a catalyst for all of these events, or was it merely a coincidence?

   

 

 

 

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