22.Oct.2015 Suosso’s Lane, by American Novelist Robert Knox Released on Web-e-Books®

The Innocence of an Executed Immigrant Sought at old Plymouth Home

Quincy, Massachusetts, USA– Suosso’s Lane, fiction by American author Robert Knox, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his socially relevant novel on the inequitable treatment of early 20th-century immigrants. Based on the scandalously unjust trial and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti for a murder they did not commit, the international cause-celebre of the 1920s, Knox’s novel follows the search for evidence of Vanzetti’s innocence lost for decades to a government sanctioned frame-up.

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Suosso's Lane now available on Web-e-Books®

Suosso’s Lane now available on Web-e-Books®

In Suosso’s Lane, journalist and creative writer Robert Knox revisits the history of Plymouth, Massachusetts, “America’s hometown,” at a time when immigrant factory workers struggled to make their way in an America of long hours and low wages. The book traces the circumstances that led to the notorious trial and widely protested executions of Nicola Sacco and Plymouth dweller Bartolomeo Vanzetti, targeted by local authorities for their radical beliefs and framed for a factory payroll robbery and the shooting deaths of two security guards.

A newly edited novel, Suosso’s Lane dials back the clock to revisit the flawed trial of Italian immigrant Bartolomeo Vanzetti, a believer in “the beautiful idea” of a classless society in which all would work for the common good. A sober-minded laborer, Vanzetti suffers from the exploitive treatment of industrial workers in the early decades of the twentieth century. Outraged by the greed and injustice that mar his idealistic hopes for the “New World,” he joins other anarchists in promoting strikes and preaching revolution.

In 1920, Vanzetti and his comrade Nicola Sacco are nabbed by police looking for radicals and subsequently convicted of committing a spectacular daylight robbery and murder. After seven years in prison, even as millions of workers and intellectuals around the world rally to their cause, the two men are executed.

Seventy years later, when a young history teacher moves into Vanzetti’s old house in Plymouth, Massachusetts, he learns of a letter that might prove Vanzetti’s innocence. His attempt to uncover the truth is hindered by obstacles set by a local conspiracy theorist, the daughter of Vanzetti’s lover, a shady developer, and the eruption of a fire during his search of an old Plymouth factory.

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24.Sep.2015 Quirky Shorts, Essays of Absurdist Humor by British Author, Stephen Philip Druce, on Web-e-Books®

25 Wildly Ridiculous Shorts of Nonsensical Verse and Foolish Comedy

Quirky Shorts, newly released absurdist humor by British writer Stephen Philip Druce, is being published as a digital trade edition on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of enduring contemporary and classic literature. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher of the e-book, is providing comprehensive editorial services, e-book technology, and website distribution for Quirky Shorts.

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Quirky Shorts, now on Web-e-Books.com

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The seriousness of human life is turned on its head through the arbitrary spectacle of absurdist humor – a man marrying his tent, a woman finding donkey dentures in her salad, and a dead rhino blocking a hotel reception desk. These incidents and more complete the unrestrained comedic experience of irrational yet charming essays.

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08.Sep.2015 Art and Beauty, by American Novelist Bruce Deitrick Price Released on Web-e-Books®

Crime Thriller, Art and Beauty, now on Web-e-Books.com

Crime Thriller, Art and Beauty, now on Web-e-Books.com

A Private Eye Unveils a Canvas of Crime at NYC Art Gallery

Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA – Art and Beauty, a first edition crime story by novelist Bruce Deitrick Price, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his book on private eye character Jon Dak and his investigation of murder and smuggling in Manhattan’s arts and fashion districts. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Art and Beauty.

In Art and Beauty, tension builds quickly between private investigator, Jon Dak, and Greg and Elaine Sutton, married owners of a top Manhattan fashion modeling agency, and a prestigious SoHo art gallery.

The scene is 1980s New York. Times are tough in the glamourous but crime-ridden Big Apple. Between jobs, restless Dak takes a stand-in role as a plain clothes security guard at Elaine Sutton’s gallery, where he maneuvers around the high-class, etiquette-driven patrons of this affluent, condescending world.

Characteristically, the Suttons dismiss the detective as a blunt instrument; someone to out-smart and buy off in a well-financed bid for physical protection and snooping. Indeed, each family member wants to employ him for specific reasons: the big-shot husband, to protect his drool-for mistress from an unknown psycho’s threats; the anxious wife, to prove her husband is cheating; the deeply perceptive, Harvard-bound, teen-aged son, to fix his parents’ problems.

Inadvertently lured into a hive of family troubles, Dak’s initial friendliness toward these engaging people is sorely tested when the father’s ex-model girlfriend is found dead in harbor-front waters off Battery Park, and a cop with a rogue background is assigned to her case.

From this point, Dak charts a truly private investigation. He risks everything, including the life of his sensuous girlfriend — his wannabe assistant — in an elaborate cat and mouse teaser designed to snag both the killer and the uncertain monetary reward for his artful capture.

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30.Mar.2015 When I Fell, by American Novelist Sandra Kolankiewicz Released on Web-e-Books®

An 80 Year Old Facing Critical Surgery Appraises Her Vacant Life

 Marietta, OHIO, USA When I Fell, first edition fiction by American novelist & poet Sandra Kolankiewicz, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of her fully illustrated, socially relevant novel about the continued, negative impact of deep-seated social conventions on women and other minorities.

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In When I Fell, author Sandra Kolankiewicz exposes the bitterness of an elderly woman whose entire adult life has been muzzled by bad timing, personal tragedies, and the bracketed rules of social conformity. Evie Roberts, an heiress of wealth and a figure of social propriety, becomes incapacitated as the result of an accidental fall that shatters her pelvis.

Helpless and bedridden by injury, she submits to the unfamiliar hands of care among the highly diverse, clinical personnel of a modern hospital. Unable to move, flat on her back, altogether vulnerable to an organization she does not trust, she is passive against the power of morphine injections routinely administered to relieve insufferable pain.

Side-effects alternate between amusing hallucinations and uncontrolled revelations of her private, hidden life. Unexpectedly, a quirky and clairvoyant attending nurse directs Evie’s flashbacks by introducing her to self-induced mind travel, a suggested avenue for experiencing realistic recreations of, and resolutions to, long unanswered memories. In a strange transcendental state, Evie recalls her happy, emancipated youth; a wonderfully liberated phase stymied in adulthood by unbending social conventions, sequences of bad timing, and incidents of deep, personal loss.

Sliding between dream states and the limited reality of her hospital room, she pieces together a troubling picture of failed womanhood, and learns how far she has fallen from herself.

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“My eyes are shut gently as if I am still asleep. The beeping machines cannot alert them to when I’m awake—their measurements, gauges, and waves diagnosing only the few details that indicate the difference between life and non-life: heart rate, respiration, kidney function.”

“Now, in my hospital bed, with the absurd prospect of traveling wherever I wished, my customary sense of dread is gone; in fact, I feel even giddy, can barely conceal a giggle, surrounded by a fresh, happy bubble.”

“I used to pray,” I admit, appreciative of the way she arranges things on the table, and turns to straighten the folds of my sheet and blanket around my neck. “But I never got what I asked for.”

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24.Mar.2015 A Slightly Less Ordinary Life, by British Novelist Colin Curtis Released on Web-e-Books®

An Ex-Scots Guard Narrates on Family, Royalty, the IRA, and Paradise Lost

Great North Yarmouth, Norfolk, United Kingdom A Slightly Less Ordinary Life, a memoir by British novelist and poet Colin Curtis, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his book on disturbing remembrances of family, military career, and romance. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for A Slightly Less Ordinary Life.

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In A Slightly Less Ordinary Life, author Colin Curtis In A Slightly Less Ordinary Life, Colin Curtis provides an earthy portrayal of growing up around industrial mills in Scotland, joining the military at 17 and thereafter safe-guarding British interests at home and abroad.  A rough and tumble Scottish kid, the youngest of five brothers, he credits the folksy nature of his home-to-army existence to the coarseness of life among men tempered by closeness to a gentle mother who endowed him with the sensitivity to dive into life’s special moments. Shared here, the author utilizes all the bodily senses to relate the people and events of his extraordinary personal entanglements with family, royalty, terrorists, friends, and lovers.

The evolution from boys to men for Curtis and comrades involved nearly six months of disciplinary training in the army before their assignments began in earnest – many suited to the uniforms of bearskin helmets, red dress tunic, navy-blue trousers, dress white belts, bayonet scabbard and gloves. Encounters with Royals at Windsor Castle signaled that this was no longer a dream but a new beginning.

In short order, the versatile graduated from guards to warriors and moved on to learn the art of house and sniper clearing in urban settings in advance of reassignment to active war zones. As the tempo of violence increased, so did the impacts of stress and the searches for reassignment. Fast-forward to the jungles of bottomed-out Central America, and risky engagement with locals on the wrong side of town. The careful taming of this hornet’s nest in paradise is left to those like Curtis, gifted with the knack of fitting in even when 6,000 miles from home.

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17.Dec.2014 Tip of the Tongue, by American Novelist Stewart J. Bellus Released on Web-e-Books®

1st edition fiction

Three Lost Souls Are Ensnarled in Secret Fantasy Worlds and Deception

Long Island, NY, USA – Tip of the Tongue, fiction by novelist Stewart J. Bellus, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his novel on deviant behavior and deception. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Tip of the Tongue.

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In Tip of the Tongue, author Stewart Bellus examines the lives of three characters battling desperate loneliness and rejection. With echoes from real life public figures who have fallen from grace due to perverse private activities, this outwardly respectable threesome is doomed by hidden vulnerabilities and private fantasies. He knowingly increases their suffering by choosing New York City as the setting, its sheer immensity fully capable of uncivilly isolating lost souls. In this brazen setting — where emotional beings are easily stranded among artificial structures — mass media, museums, theaters, and eateries provide indispensable touch points to a distancing humanity. On the conscious level, the individual questions their existence.

There is undoubtedly no better environment than this for pulling together multiple characters with a neurosis — that special mix of conflicting emotions and behaviors that may lead to perversions, multiple personalities, self-deceptions, and other feel-good mechanisms effected in the pursuit of happiness.

Ordinary people struggling to swim upstream — a journalist, a high school teacher, and a star student athlete — the author’s play-actors successfully spawn fantasies to perpetuate life cycles of thrills.  Obsessed, temporarily unmindful of the truth, these people conveniently tune-out before their moral personalities have a chance to speak, and offer only glimpses of substitute personas designed to mask and protect an inner ugliness that isn’t meant to be seen.

This elaborate story captures the insanity of fantasy and manipulation gone astray. In a depiction of the antics and betrayals employed by those wedded to a deviant fantasy, Tip of the Tongue helps the reader decide which falsities are worth concealing.

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01.Dec.2014 This Cemetery Is Mine, by American Writer David Orange Released on Web-e-Books®

First Edition Short Story – A New Yorker Becomes a Heavenly Sensation as a Gifted Spirit Medium

MIAMI BEACH, FL. USA – This Cemetery Is Mine, fiction by David Orange, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his short story on the wonderment of being revived from clinical death, and becoming a gifted spirit medium between mourners and their lost ones. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive, first edition short story is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for This Cemetery Is Mine.

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A middle-aged Brooklyn, New York man is caught between life and death  due to a rare medical condition. He experiences the parallax world of light and sounds observed from his deathly perspective; sensations unseen and unheard by the living.  Graveyard phantoms then conveniently exploit him as a medium and surrogate for anxious cemetery mourners.

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12.Nov.2014 Yesterday’s Children, by American Novelist Paul Bellerive Released on Web-e-Books®

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A Patrimonial Louisiana Community Erupts over Civil Rights, Evolution, and War

MANCHESTER, NH. USA – Yesterday’s Children, fiction by Paul Bellerive, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his novel on 1960’s culture and politics and the combined impact on small town youth in rural Louisiana. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Yesterday’s Children.

In Yesterday’s Children, novelist Paul Bellerive rolls back the clock to 1960’s Leesburg, Louisiana. It is here, and in retrospective that an older man recounts his high school years after moving from Ohio to the Deep South. Through his remembrances, he acquaints us with a community shaped from the sullied clay of an honored Confederacy.

Notable for an adherence to old-fashioned conventions, Leesburg shunned outsiders, new ideas, impoliteness, racial integration, or any other challenge to its illiberal plantation-day heritage. Indeed, people there heeded the lineal nature of its autocratic past – led by an ancestral judge whose presence alone stirred awe and effected intimidation. Only the high-minded or enraged dared defy civil protocol. When they did, the unofficial arm of straight-laced citizen convincers meted out justice through beatings, lethal force, or by organizing denizen leagues to maintain decency.

Anchored and serene as Leesburg may have tried to appear – glorified by mossy cypress groves, cool swimming holes, kingly fields of cotton, and winning high school football team – an unwanted wave of national reforms and foreign affairs swamped the community’s uprightness, providing no life boat for its distressed youth.

1st edition American fiction by Paul Bellerive

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09.Oct.2014 Steps of the Sun, by American Poet and Novelist, Steven R. Luebke Released on Web-e-Books®

Society Suffers when Ambition is Constrained by the Settled Status Quo

PORTLAND, ME. USA – Steps of the Sun, first edition fiction by Steve Luebke, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his novel on institutional indifference in American culture. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Steps of the Sun.

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In Steps of the Sun, poet and novelist Steve Luebke introduces a cast of social proponents drawn from a large, Midwestern university community. Like many good citizens, these mainstreamers are guided by a traditional moral compass on pre-set life courses bent on enlightening others while trying to achieve something of personal importance.

Nonetheless, they are regular people; ill-equipped for heroics and constrained by modest realms: Evan,   an unsung yet caring priest, who writes church pamphlets on teen sex and sells peanuts and fishing lures on the side; Arthur, a bedraggled graduate student and odd-jobber is a sucker for relationships that misfire; and an attractive young woman, Rachel, who’s a nun with the soul of a modern social worker and a desk in a rotting city district where men lurk in doorways and street children mix with people of questionable intent.

This is where Evan, Arthur, and Rachel look in the eyes of defeated lives. Their common attachment is The Haven, a dilapidated rectory that Rachel transforms into a neighborhood youth center, a bright light on the horizon steps away from official condemnation.

Steps of the Sun breaks new ground by offering a contemporary perspective on world-weariness. The story involves everyday people in a plot that unravels a veritable skein of societal truths in a studied comparison of those who seek change versus those satisfied with the status quo. It is here in the author’s fictitious “city of pathology” that the independent-minded attempt to tackle serious problems while engaged in a battle of will with immoveable members of the establishment.

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16.Sep.2014 The Gibson Boy, by John Solensten, Released on Web-e-Books® upon the 100 Year Anniversary of WWI

An American News Correspondent Reports to War Zones to Triumph at Home

The Gibson Boy, newly released fiction by American author John Solensten is being published as a digital trade edition on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of enduring contemporary and classic literature. The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher of the e-book, is providing comprehensive editorial services, e-book technology, and website distribution for The Gibson Boy.

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Real-life foreign correspondent, Richard Harding Davis, vowed to never become a forgotten writer like his mother. His dispatches commanded big fees and earned the respect of presidents, tsars, and royalty. Captured at a Belgian café by Germans in 1914, Davis struggled for survival and to chronicle German military oppression at the start of WWI.

Follow the action of WWI real-life foreign correspondent Richard Harding Davis in this fictionalized account.

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