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J. R. LaGreca
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Author J. R. LaGreca, Author of Afternoon Tea, Suburban Weird, The Gloaming, Seduction & Fleshpot, Available on Amazon!

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Author of tfive books AFTERNOON TEA, SUBURBAN WEIRDTHE GLOAMING, FLESHPPOT & SEDUCTION
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Posted on April 29, 2009 at 7:18pm

Excerpt of 'Suburban Weird,' Modern Fiction With Intrigue, Expect The Unexpected!

SUBURBAN WEIRD by J. R. LaGreca

Chapter 1

Edith



Courtney Gold stirred in her sleep as the wind thrashed at her window. She could swear she felt a warm breath upon her cheek as she stumbled out of bed. Her golden-wheat hair was tousled around her shoulders while her high cheekbones deemed her suitable for silk and pearls. Dressed in an ecru nightgown, which reached to the top of her long drink of legs, Courtney was a svelte beauty… Continue

Posted on March 15, 2009 at 6:20pm

AFTERNOON TEA by J. R. LaGreca, Historical Fiction/Mystery, Fiction With Intrigue!

AFTERNOON TEA by J. R. LaGreca

Chapter One

The Roses



The town of Clinton, Connecticut lay beneath mounds of freshly fallen

snow. A lone shadow against the New England landscape, Lawrence Gray’s

gnarled form veered alongside the cathedral to the Saint James Cemetery.

The skeleton trees exaggerated the old man’s pallor while the bouquet of

roses he clutched contrasted to the winter and season of his life.… Continue

Posted on February 22, 2009 at 3:05pm

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