Prisoner Chaser: Two Short Stories

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In this two-story collection, Edward Faine reminds us how much a single act or encounter can change our lives. Set on a military base in 1950s Georgia, “Prisoner Chaser” tells the story of a soldier assigned to guard a squad of stockade inmates during their work details. It’s just another grunt assignment until the day his recently incarcerated close friend is moved to his squad, the day the other prisoners decide to escape. Faced with the unimaginable, the soldier makes a fatal decision that will haunt him forever.“White Lies” follows a mother and adult son on Christmas Day at Ohio State University. As they tour the deserted campus and recall their college years, a generation apart, each reveals secrets they have kept from the other. Although not disclosing the whole truth, they nevertheless transform their relationship in an unexpected way.Flawed and fully human, Faine’s characters stay with us long after the stories end.

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Expired Deals Prisoner Chaser: Two Short Stories In this two-story collection, Edward Faine reminds us how much a single act or encounter can change our lives. Set on a military base in 1950s Georgia, “Prisoner Chaser” tells the story of a soldier assigned to guard a squad of stockade inmates during their work details. It’s just another grunt assignment until the day his recently incarcerated close friend is moved to his squad, the day the other prisoners decide to escape. Faced with the unimaginable, the soldier makes a fatal decision that will haunt him forever.“White Lies” follows a mother and adult son on Christmas Day at Ohio State University. As they tour the deserted campus and recall their college years, a generation apart, each reveals secrets they have kept from the other. Although not disclosing the whole truth, they nevertheless transform their relationship in an unexpected way.Flawed and fully human, Faine’s characters stay with us long after the stories end. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51P4bpdwMwL._SL160_.jpg
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