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The Christmas Mummy

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It's almost Christmas, 1972. Danny and his folks brave a near-blizzard to drive to a department store in Racine, Wisconsin, where he hopes to connect with a coveted Mego Batman and Robin action set... but instead, something strange happens. His father is developing one of his typical rages and the store shelves are empty of every toy Danny would like, but that's not all.. ...more
Kindle Edition, 21 pages
Published December 22nd 2013 by Tarkus Press LLC
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M.L. Roos
Apr 28, 2014 M.L. Roos rated it liked it
Loved the 70's feel to the story and the dynamic of the young boy, his father and grandmother. Interesting concept about Christmas shopping and the volatile relationship with dad. Not sure about the ending though.
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