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Maria Savva
Maria Savva lives and works in London. She studied Law at Middlesex University and The College of Law. She is a lawyer, although not currently practising law. She writes novels and short stories in different genres, including drama, psychological thriller, and family saga. Many of her books and... show more

Maria Savva lives and works in London. She studied Law at Middlesex University and The College of Law. She is a lawyer, although not currently practising law. She writes novels and short stories in different genres, including drama, psychological thriller, and family saga. Many of her books and stories are inspired by her years working as a lawyer, although she has not written a courtroom drama to date. She has published five novels, the most recent of which is Haunted, a crime fiction/psychological thriller. Far Away In Time is her sixth and most recent collection of short stories. You can find out more about her work at her official website: http://www.mariasavva.com
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christophffischer
christophffischer rated it 4 years ago
"Triptychs (Mind's Eye Series Book 3)" is a wonderful and fascinating anthology. This one is based on a series of photographs that were randomly given to the authors as inspiration for their stories. One of the most rewarding parts of this experiment is for the reader to view the picture and have th...
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 7 years ago
Disclosure: this anthology contains one of my short stories. My review refers to the other tales, as I recuse myself from reviewing my own work.One of the things I love about the Bestseller Bound anthologies (and I have read all of them) is that they are consistently high-quality. Across all genr...
Jennifer Lane Books
Jennifer Lane Books rated it 7 years ago
Quick, Quirky Tales!I became aware of author Maria Savva from her friendly and supportive online presence, and I've been wanting to read one of her novels for some time. I chose her collection of short stories first because it was easily available on my Nook.The initial story, "Valentine’s Card" was...
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 8 years ago
Maria Savva's short fiction anthology, "Fusion," is a real treat. Unlike many such collections, wherein the quality of the stories is variable, each one of Savva's pieces is a delight.Savva manages to put a complete story -- and always with an unexpected twist -- into just a few pages. There were ...
Bitsy Bling Books
Bitsy Bling Books rated it 9 years ago
What a family! Everyone has his or her own dysfunctional way of dealing with a situation whether it is suicide, alcoholism or abuse. Each person's inability to cope is fascinating, while at the same time, mundane. Assumingly set in an average class of people, the seemingly extraordinary behavior ...
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