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The Lost Prentice: Chapter 5

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth chapter of The Lost Prentice, an online serial novel exclusively on the Baltimore Post-Examiner. If you missed the previous chapters, please read them before starting this latest installment. Every week we will be posting a new chapter. Miles […]

The Lost Prentice: Chapter 5

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Editor’s Note: This is the fourth chapter of The Lost Prentice, an online serial novel exclusively on the Baltimore Post-Examiner. If you missed the previous chapters, please read them before starting this latest installment. Every week we will be posting a new chapter. Miles […]

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The Lost Prentice: Chapter 4

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth chapter of The Lost Prentice, an online serial novel exclusively on the Baltimore Post-Examiner. If you missed the previous chapter, please read it before starting this latest

The Lost Prentice: Chapter 3

Editor’s Note: This is the third chapter of The Lost Prentice, an online serial novel exclusively on the Baltimore Post-Examiner. If you missed the previous chapter please read it before starting this latest

The Lost Prentice: Chapter 2

Editor's Note: This is the second chapter of The Lost Prentice, an online serial novel exclusively on the Baltimore Post-Examiner. If you missed the previous chapter please read it before starting this latest

The Lost Prentice: Preface

Editor’s Note: This is Preface of The Lost Prentice, an online serial novel exclusively on the Baltimore Post-Examiner. Please read the rest of the chapters. Every week we will be posting a

Edgar Allan Poe and Isolationism: His mysterious years in New York

After leaving Richmond in 1837, Edgar Allan Poe moved to New York City to pursue a position in journalism. Little is known about this period in Poe’s life. He

Kaufman’s Hill: ‘Best book on American boyhood in decades’

The Baltimore Post-Examiner  is proud to present and excerpt from  John C. Hampsey's new book, Kaufman's Hill, which is available at Amazon.  Hampsey is  a professor of Romantic and Classical Literature at

The Inner Harbor, Baltimore, January 8 a.m.

The dimpled water can’t decide On inscrutable green Or metallic gray.   The sky, a quilt of whites, grays, Patches of scudding charcoal sewn in, Sheds a few loose threads of snow That get entangled in

Soul of the Fire

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an except from Eliot Pattison's Soul of the Fire available at Amazon. He is the author of three acclaimed mystery series: His Edgar award-winning

Echo Canyon

Charlie May just wouldn’t shut up. From the moment we’d left Philadelphia, en route to our meeting in New Orleans, Charlie offered his views on everything — from the

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