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Fragile Words

20 Nov
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Fragile Words: A Collection of Verses and Short Stories by Luke Benjamen Kuhns
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Fragile Words is a collection 29 verses and short stories written by author, Luke Benjamen Kuhns and sold as an Amazon e-book exclusive.  Know for his two previous works: The Untold Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes & The Case of the Crystal Blue Bottle, Luke steps outside the world of Sherlock Holmes and presents these 29 original pieces that delve into friendship and love, pain and loss, humor and horror, and beauty and grace.

Verses, poems, fairy & gothic tales, and short fiction make up this collection.  Each and every tale presented holds a special place for Luke and he is thrilled to release his “Fragile Words” to you.

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Biographie:  Luke Benjamen Kuhns is a London based writer and has authored three books, The Untold Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes And The Case of the Crystal Blue Bottle, and Fragile Words:  A Collection of Verses and Short Stories. He is also a contributing author for Sherlock’s Home: The Empty House and The Art of Deduction. Read more on Luke’s Author page.

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