- 2,99 €
People in love (Blue Menus, Prime Time), cheating spouses (Storm Warnings, Cold Nights), people near the breaking point ( Intruders, Famine, Gemini, Visiting Mother), women looking for peace of mind, or God, or finding miracles in daily life (Confirmation, The Well), baffled country folk (Famine, The House), kids caught up in comic or sad predicaments (Enemies of Culture, Acrobats), people close to violence, or over the edge (Hotel Paradise, Gemini) . . .
These dramatic stories catch moments of real life in familiar settings of city or country. The writer reaches out with sympathy and insight, depicting men, women, and children, both simple and complex, who, like all of us, are searching for happiness in a daunting world.
As one reviewer noted: “Tom Henighan . . . seems to take his inspiration from all points of the imaginative compass. Henighan's use of the short story form . . . shows great versatility [and] the thematic concerns of these stories are also wide-ranging.” The author has published some twenty books in print form, including short fiction, with publishers in the U.S., Canada, and Britain.