MISDEEDS AND MISADVENTURES is William P. Roberton's tribute to Ernest Hemingway. Featuring twenty-two stories for men, the book sizzles with nonstop action. The collection begins with two grim tales from the Civil War. One is about an ambushed Union gold shipment while the other describes Lincoln's assassination in gristly detail. There are also scary fishing trips and hunting adventures with startling twists. Factory life adds gritty realism to a couple of the tales. College high jinks brings comic relief to two others. Gangsters commit coldblooded murder as does a World War I flying ace. Like Hemingway, the author uses personal experience as a springboard for his fiction. The stories are told in everyday language and have believable settings filled with sensory details. MISDEEDS is available from Infinity Publishing at or at

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