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‍Cover ‍sculpture ‍by ‍Eben ‍Markowski

Summary:


It’s 1974 and Anthropologist Liora Womack has gone to Morocco to take back her life. A prison camp is a lot more than barbwire and guards.The Nazi Colonel who had imprisoned her so long ago was living in Tangier, an old man but not too old. She was ready to face him now, to say what needed to be said for so many, many years. 

‍About ‍the ‍Author:


‍Ron ‍Savage ‍is ‍the ‍author ‍of ‍8 ‍novels ‍and ‍two ‍volumes ‍of ‍short ‍stories. ‍He ‍has ‍published ‍more ‍than ‍125 ‍stories ‍worldwide. ‍He ‍is ‍the ‍recipient ‍of ‍the ‍Editor’s ‍Circle ‍Award ‍in ‍Best ‍New ‍Writing ‍and ‍was ‍nominated ‍for ‍the ‍Pushcart ‍Prize. ‍He ‍is ‍a ‍member ‍of ‍PEN ‍America ‍and ‍has ‍also ‍been ‍a ‍guest ‍fiction ‍editor ‍for ‍Crazyhorse. ‍Some ‍of ‍his ‍publications ‍can ‍be ‍found ‍in ‍Film ‍Comment, ‍North ‍American ‍Review, ‍Shenandoah, ‍The ‍Baltimore ‍Review ‍and ‍The ‍Magazine ‍of ‍Fantasy ‍and ‍Science ‍Fiction.


‍Ron’s ‍website

Praise:


“…Both Savage's pellucid prose and great understanding of the human heart make for essential reading.” 

—Natural Bridge, Leeli Davidson, his story “Hollywood Suicides.”


“…Savage is a gifted writer of remarkable linguistic powers.” 

Epiphany, Willard Cook Editor, his story “Mr. Kobayashi”


“…Savage carries us--willing--right along, and we know it's real.”

—Linda Swanson-Davies, co-editor, Glimmer Train Stories, his story “Baby Mine”

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