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Long Island Noir: The Seamier Side of Life

10cjlow@gmail.com on May 2, 2012
By Annette Hinkle Long Island may be known for its fabulous beaches, beautiful scenery and endless summer days. But in “Long Island Noir,” a new anthology edited by Kaylie Jones,... more

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