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[BOOKS] ✮ Via Dolorosa Author Ronald Malfi – Nessville.me PAINTER SOLDIER HUSBAND GHOSTLieutenant Nick D’Nofrio is back from the war but he is not home The dead are on the other side of the world but they haunt him daily He tries to be a husband to his new[BOOKS] Via Dolorosa Author Ronald Malfi Nessville.me PAINTER SOLDIER HUSBAND GHOSTLieutenant Nick D’Nofrio is back from the war but he is not home The dead are on the other side of the world but they haunt him daily He tries to be a husband to his new PAINTER SOLDIER HUSBAND GHOSTLieutenant Nick D’Nofrio is back from the war but he is not home The dead are on the other sid.

E of the world but they haunt him daily He tries to be a husband to his new wife Emma but he can’t connect with other people He is obligated to paint a mural at the Paradis d’Hôtel but only horrors spring from his imagination Nick suffers for his art for himself for the guilt of his painful secretThe memory of war follows Nick D’Nofrio to the the Paradis d’Hôtel where he encounters a.

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Paperback  ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì

Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì Ronald Malfi is an award winning author of many novels and novellas in the horror mystery and thriller categories from various publishers including Little Girls this summer’s release from KensingtonIn his crime drama Shamrock Alley won a Silver IPPY Award In his ghost storymystery novel Floating Staircase was a finalist for the Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker Awa.

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  1. Karl Karl says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBIThis hardcover is signed by Ronald Malfi


  2. Timothy Ward Timothy Ward says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBII am amazed at how much this story moved me It is art that is felt as art All the details of the island hotel the mourning people he meets the conversation with his wife and how they are struggling to admit and forgive in order to love again the mural he is painting in the lobby and how it illustrates his inner turmoil and the turmoil you feel reading his story the weakness in his painting hand working both to show his self hatred his ineptitude and his failures in a way that is real and possibly inescapable All of this had to be read because it so magnificently blended together in sorrow and angst a longing for a fresh start so that love and peace could heal them of their past mistakes I've said before that I'd like to always have a Ron Malfi book nearby but with books like this I probably wouldn't read anyone else I'm not so sure that's a bad thing I interviewed the author about many of his books for the Adventures in


  3. Rob Twinem Rob Twinem says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBII started reading this immediately after the brilliant Floating Staircase and it was a completely different experience It tells the story of Nick D'Nofrio Afghanistan war veteran recuperating at the Paradis d'Hotel in the Carolinas with his girlfriend Emma It's a dark journey into the mind of a mentally drained and wounded soldier a tough uncompromising read but well worth the effort There are some great and wonderful characters including the mysterious Isabella Rosales a talented jazz player and the ghost of a long dead comrade Myles Granger Ever so slowly Nick's world begins to unravel as the blackness in his soul threatens to drown him and destroy his marriage Malfi is a marvelous writer creating memorable tormented characters in his own special elegant style of prose and this book is highly recommended


  4. Jason Pettus Jason Pettus says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBIReprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcentercom I am the original author of this essay as well as the owner of CCLaP; it is not being reprinted here illegallySo before anything else a confession that before the opening of CCLaP last year I was only a casual fan of the horror genr


  5. Mike Kazmierczak Mike Kazmierczak says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBII need to immediately start this saying that I did not finish this book I got a little than halfway through 52% according to Kindle when I gave up The book started fine; it was a tad slow moving along However FLOATING STAIRCASE by Malfi was also a slow burn and I liked that book I figured that Malfi liked to build his way at a slow comfortable pace My problem was that I never got hooked into the story There was nothing pulling me back I only found one character interesting Isabella but she just moved the story around not moving it forward or backwards The two main characters Emma and Nick just annoyed and frustrated me I finally realized that nothing was going to pull me in There was no mystery no suspense no drama That no matter what happened in the second half of the book I wasn't going to care or be interested There wasn't even a tad of curiousity that had me wondering how the book would end At that point I realized it was useless to


  6. Stephen Stephen says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBIVery different from his other works but still done well I'm a big Hemingway fan and the style reminded me of Hemingway


  7. Patricia Esposito Patricia Esposito says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBIWhen a single cicada lighting on a window creates a climactic tension compressing all the sorrows of war and relationships into one moment I know that a novelist has been hard at work though subtly from the start In Via Dolorosa by Ronald Damien Malfi two children stand at a hotel window observing the cicada suctioned to the outside tapping at it when it doesn't move rattling the panes and rousing their mother to whisk them away The cicada remains undisturbed Malfi gives us one small moment of human curiosity and determination against unflinching nature and that one moment compresses the horrors of war the sadness of failed relationships and the inconsolable sorrow of loss into the epicenter of the difficult dream that is this novel From there what has been smoldering explodes to a final uneasy releaseNick D'Nofrio is haunted by his time in Ira and t


  8. Robert Robert says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBITragedy that is what this book is all about and do not approach it thinking you are going to read something warm and comforting These pages contain confusion and pain nothing written in fantastic poetic haunting proseWhen I first started reading this book I had trouble placing period and location The first few chapters remind me of the first chapter of Du Maurier's


  9. Brice Brice says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBIOne of Malfi's heaviest books Long winding descriptive passages and minimal dialogue may exorcise this short novel from some readers' list and that would be a tragedy A tale of an Irai war veteran struggling with a failing marriage the ghosts of the war and uestions of whether he actually returned home make this an emotional readThis stands out from Malfi's other novels and while it carries some of his trademark features it comes off like a different writer trying to mimic his style An amazing work that leaves many uestions rattling in your head long after you close it


  10. Matt Matt says:

    Paperback ´ Via Dolorosa ePUB Ì dolorosa book, Via Dolorosa MOBIVia Dolorosa is a book full of subtle metaphors as well as expressive descriptions and offers something new to the reader with every encounter I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a thoughtful and rewarding read Overall I enjoyed Via Dolorosa and look forward to future books by Ronald Damien Malfi


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