Historical, Religious – A Sticky Business and Short Stories

A Sticky Business and Short StoriesA Sticky Business and Short Stories
By Mel King
Publisher: Wasteland Press
Published: April 2015
ISBN: 978-1681110271
Genre: creative nonfiction; historical; religious; short stories
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.); kindle; nook

In 1919, a young priest in Boston witnesses a tragic incident in which several blocks of the North End are destroyed and many men, women and children are killed or injured. He begins a quest to learn why God permitted such a disaster to befall innocent people while two Mafia Dons lead long and prosperous lives. He befriends an attorney who gathers evidence and prosecutes those he believes are responsible for the incident. Ultimately, they reach different conclusions as to the priest’s quest.. The rest of the book consists of 14 true stories, from the Olympic athlete who achieves a costly victory to the journalist who gets a killer scoop.

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