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“Each and every short story contained in Gratia Placenti is, at the least, quite good, with many being truly memorable.”
“JA Konrath has a gruesome story in Gratia Placenti.”
“Gratia is aware, however, that her ambitions and methods are unseemly, so when she is first confronted by her sons, she at first denies her participation: That had been monstrous.”
“- they live "not far from court" (Lussurioso 1.3.90) but since Gratia is recently widowed, she does not appear to have any suitors through whom she could advance her material status.”
“Gratia," answered by Gratitude, (observe Shylock's leaning on the, to him detestable, word, _gratis_, and compare the relations of Grace to”
“The three women with voices are Castiza, the protagonist's sister, Gratia, his mother, and the Duchess, related to the protaganist by an accident of fate and plot-writing.”
“These three women fall into different measures of status: Castiza, the epitome of chastity, rejects material status for moral status; Gratia tries to gain material status at the expense of moral status; and the Duchess has material status which seems to insulate her from any problems with moral status.”
“Nobody jumped at the two book deal: Gratia Placenti + Dirty Martini.”
“We've made available the first 20 pages of Gratia Placenti.”
“Buy the hardcover of Gratia Placenti and receive a hardcover copy of Dirty Martini for free!”
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