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Books by Stephen March

  • Hatteras Moon

    “Hurricane” Jack Delaney, a Hatteras fisherman and marijuana smuggler, is desperate to raise money to pay off a debt to his Miami business partner. It’s a debt to be paid in either money–or blood. Jack’s boyhood friend, Virgil Gibson, is an English professor who has lost a sense of his life’s true purpose. When Virgil signs onto Jack’s trawler as a cook, what begins as a summertime adventure becomes a Dantean descent into a world of savage violence and primal struggle for survival. After Virgil takes on the challenge of finding a shadowy villain with no face or name, his quest quickly entangles him in a web of mystery, betrayal, and murder. It also puts him under the spell of a beautiful–but potentially deadly–woman. But nothing in Virgil’s life has prepared him for the final, terrifying enemy he must face.

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A former reporter for The Outer Banks Current, Stephen March is a professor of English at Elizabeth City State University. His published books include the novels Armadillo, Catbird, Strangers in the Land of Egypt and Love to the Spirits, a collection of stories. Armadillo won the Texas Review Press Prize for the Novella and Love to the Spirits won the Independent Publisher Prize for Short Fiction. March’s short stories have appeared in New Orleans Review, Tampa Review, The Texas Review, Carolina Quarterly, the William and Mary Review, Seattle Review, Rio Grande Review and South Carolina Review, among others. He is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-Greensboro.