Tom Mendicino is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of North Carolina School of Law.   His debut novel "Probation" (Kensington) was named a 2011 American Library Association Stonewall Honor Book and was a Lambda Literary Award finalist.   His novella "Away in a Manger" appeared in the Kensington collection Remembering Christmas and his short fiction has been published in numerous anthologies.   He is also the author of the new adult novellas "KC, at Bat," "Travelin' Man," and "Lonesome Town" (eKensington), a trilogy following the relationship between a promising baseball player and a would-be musician.   His next novel "The Boys from Eighth and Carpenter" (Kensington) is about the powerful bond between a pair of motherless boys, the sons of an abusive immigrant from Italy, and the choices each makes to protect the other. It will be on sale in September everywhere books are sold.
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TomMendicino TomMendicino Aug 07, 2015 07:47PM
PROBATION, the ebook, is discounted to a tiny $2.99 everywhere ebooks are sold. Here are a couple of links in case you are enjoying the story and want to get the rest in a hurry:http://www.barnesand...
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Stories by Tom Mendicino
Probation by TomMendicino
Probation General Fiction
All it took to destroy Andy Nocera's seemingly perfect life was an anonymous tryst in an Interstate rest area. Sentenced to probation and thrown out by his wife, he spends his week as a traveling salesman, and his...
Travelin' Man by TomMendicino
Travelin' Man Teen Fiction
Tom Mendicino introduced college-bound Charlie Beresford and high-school baseball hero Kevin “KC” Conroy in KC, At Bat. Now KC is trying to find his way—if he can just figure out where to look… KC has spent most of...
KC, at Bat by TomMendicino
KC, at Bat Teen Fiction
Charlie Beresford would rather be doing anything this summer than hauling furniture for a moving company. Come September, he'll be leaving for college, away from the awkwardness of Augustinian Academy, away from hi...