In Chad Pelley's Trigger Finger Blues, a sniper experiences a crisis of conscience when he falls in love with his next target - but are any of his feelings real? In The Snake Crosses the Tracks at Midnight by Daniel Karasik, a teenager must deal with the fact that his older sister is now a grown woman, and his crush-next-door has become a mystery, with depths beyond his comprehension. An accompanist must put up with a headstrong, condescending, and unprofessional singer, who also happens to be on the brink of genius, in Kayt Burgess's The Soprano. An electrical engineer who has lost almost everything – his marriage, his job, his father – retreats to his garage to re-evaluate and reorganize the various loose ends of his life, and ends up assembling a thermonuclear device instead, in Andrew Forbes's Fat Albert.

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