The Red Dragons cycle of short stories is set in a Greek diner in the a hide bound hinterland community, just far enough away from New York City to find few foreignors as permanent residents.
Although the clash between Yankee and Helenic culture in a roadside diner presents many interesting side-dishes, Red Dragons did gain a following until a Greek-American editor Rosalie Avara accepted the first few in the "Red Dragons" series for Rio Grande Press: "Red Dragons," "Jane's Choice," and "Little Lord Fauntelroy."
Inditer Dot Com accepted many of the latter yarns from the collection.
A Misty Monday
Funeral for a Friend - - For whom does the bell toll?
Apple Crumb Cake
John D. Clennan - - says this about himself:
"John (for John Wayne) Davis (for Jefferson Davis) Collins (I'll let you guess that one), is the pen name of John F. Clennan, Esq, the author. His story, The Hero brings the reader to our brave new world of law enforcement, where drugs and internal police intrigue blue the line between right and wrong to the point that the concept of heroism is endangered. This is no 'The Butler Did It.'"
A practicing lawyer, John D. Clennan, the author has publishing credits including the novel 'Tested Positive' (inverted A 1994). Selections from 'Angels' have been featured as short stories in the 'Tales out of Court' series, carried by several small presses (1995-1997).
John F. Clennan was; Academic Honors Student, Judge Advocate in The Army, Law Assistant to the Appellate Division, founding member of the Peconic Literary Society and the Rockaway Park Philosophical Society.
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