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❮Reading❯ ➸ Stealing Night Author Peter Giglio – Smrl.me Peter Giglio returns to the fictional town of Sunfall Nebraska this time with a rural crime thrillerJack has nothing to live for nothing worth dying for no one to love nothing to lose; but that all chReading Stealing Night Author Peter Giglio Smrlme Peter Giglio returns to the fictional town of Sunfall Nebraska this time with a rural crime thrillerJack has nothing to live for nothing worth dying for no one to love nothing to lose; but that all ch Peter Giglio returns to the fictional town of Sunfall Nebraska this time with a rural crime thrillerJack has nothing to live for nothing worth dying for no one to love nothing to lose; but that all changes when his sister’s life unravels and he takes guardianship of Nora his eleven year old niece Looking out for her fast becomes the only thing he has ever done right Driven to move his family from the bleak flatlands to give his niece a chance at a better life Jack takes the only job he can find washing cars for minimum wage saving every pennyWhen an old friend steps back into Jack’s life a joyride leads to an explosive night of terror and betrayalNow Jack must stand firm f

stealing ebok night ebok Stealing Night MOBIOr those he loves as he struggles between the promising new life in bloom and the dark secret of a dead girl from CaliforniaStealing Night is a riveting exploration of our best and worst angels the familial ties that bend but never break the decisions we make and the high cost of hesitation in the face of evil“With razor sharp characterization and hard as nails prose Peter Giglio’s Stealing Night is a literary punch in the gut—brutal stunning and not to be missed” —Tim Waggoner author of Like Death and The Harmony Society“An agonizingly deep look into loss and rebuilding bad decisions and their immutable conseuences Peter Giglio’s Stealing Night is an indispensable piece of painfully human crime fiction It will tear your heart out and you’ll thank him for it”–Ed Kurtz author of A Wind of Knives and Dead Trash“This is the kind of story relevant to today's America; its pulse beats strong the blood inside derived from its heirs but unmist


Or those he loves as he struggles between the promising new life in bloom and the dark secret of a dead girl from CaliforniaStealing Night is a riveting exploration of our best and worst angels the familial ties that bend but never break the decisions we make and the high cost of hesitation in the face of evil“With razor sharp characterization and hard as nails prose Peter Giglio’s Stealing Night is a literary punch in the gut—brutal stunning and not to be missed” —Tim Waggoner author of Like Death and The Harmony Society“An agonizingly deep look into loss and rebuilding bad decisions and their immutable conseuences Peter Giglio’s Stealing Night is an indispensable piece of painfully human crime fiction It will tear your heart out and you’ll thank him for it”–Ed Kurtz author of A Wind of Knives and Dead Trash“This is the kind of story relevant to today's America; its pulse beats strong the blood inside derived from its heirs but unmist

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5 thoughts on “Stealing Night

  1. Benjamin Ethridge Benjamin Ethridge says:

    MOBI Stealing Night Kindle Ù È smrl.me stealing ebok, night ebok, Stealing Night MOBISunfall is one hell of a place And Peter Giglio is one hell of a writer Though STEALING NIGHT is crime fiction it's almost haunted than his previous ghost novella SUNFALL MANOR The characters show their numerous wounds like real people do which is to say covertly And Sunfall itself while seemingly innocent as a piece of land is guilty of adding its own coat of gray to everything and everyone Despite that instance this isn't a depressing story In the wrong hands it certainly might have been but Giglio appears to hold off just short of complete despair and appreciate the few escaping rays of sunlight through the overcast sky For those with wounds there may or may not come healing It just depends on love and how it guides destinySo I am impressed not only with Giglio's fine prose and appropriate poetic moments but also by the tension he builds throughout the story A few time


  2. Elaine Elaine says:

    MOBI Stealing Night Kindle Ù È smrl.me stealing ebok, night ebok, Stealing Night MOBIThough it seemed to change in parts I liked Giglio's style of writing He keeps the story interesting His characters are flawed making them relatable Jack is beginning to change his life around now that he's taking care of his niece Nora He washes cars at Bud's Sweeny's Auto World saving whatever he can to make a better life for her His landlord is on his case for being behind on his rent when an old buddy shows


  3. Ray Wallace Ray Wallace says:

    MOBI Stealing Night Kindle Ù È smrl.me stealing ebok, night ebok, Stealing Night MOBIThis being the first book I've ever read from this particular author I had no idea what to expect What I came to discover within a chapter or two is that Mr Giglio is one hell of a writer I found myself immediately sympathizing with the main character Jack a young man in dire financial straits stuck in the small town where he's lived his entire life just dying to get out Not only is Jack down on his luck but it would seem the entire town of Sunfall is right there with him The only bright spot


  4. JoAnna JoAnna says:

    MOBI Stealing Night Kindle Ù È smrl.me stealing ebok, night ebok, Stealing Night MOBIAbout two weeks ago I read Stealing Night by Peter Giglio It's fantastic as I knew it would be Here’s my overdue reviewIt follows after the novella Sunfall Manor and though it is not necessary to read them consecutively I highly recommend it And not just because reading them that way appeases my OCD ahem but mostly because one of my favorite points Stealing Night was the uick line or two nod to Sunfall Manor Speaking of Sunfall the town itself is so easy to relate to Sunfall Nebraska is Anysmalltown USA I’ve been there you’ve been there and most of us have lived there at one time or another The character of Jack in some ways was reminiscent to me of Gaiman’s Shadow A mostly good man caught in a bad situation and doing his best with what he has I really like Jack I have compared Peter Giglio’s style to that of Charlie Huston This was a compliment and he received it as so I maintain this sentim


  5. Martin Reaves Martin Reaves says:

    MOBI Stealing Night Kindle Ù È smrl.me stealing ebok, night ebok, Stealing Night MOBIPeter Giglio just keeps getting betterStealing Night brings us back to the fictional town of Sunfall Nebraska This is not a seuel to Sunfall Manor which is brilliant buy it right now but simply another swift peek into the life of one man in a dying town What seems to be the central “plot point” in the story is really nothing than another wrinkle in Jack’s already tortuous life There’s plot here—plenty of that—but Giglio has done much than hammer out a seuence of events in Stealing Night one gets the sense the author took his hands off t


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