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Funeral Train & Other Stories

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Collected here are nine stories running the gamut from fantastic to macabre...

The ABELS: While summering in small-town Alaska, a writer discovers there's something strange about his neighbors.

FUNERAL TRAIN: A determined bounty hunter, mysterious Native American, and three wanted outlaws all cross paths with the colorful residents of Frontier City when a tycoon's funeral
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Kindle Edition, Second Edition, 110 pages
Published May 27th 2014 by Pharaoh Publishing USA (first published July 26th 2013)
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Jessica
Aug 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Included are short stories of vampires, zombies, science fiction, and even a lucid dream fantasy. Reading this book is like taking a trip to the Twilight Zone. My favorite story was The Abels. Don't mess with those guys! This story shows us that we may not be the most advanced species on this planet. I also liked Noah's Hunger. In the beginning it seems to be a familiar tale, but with a twist in the end. I almost forgot about the man eating plant and the living garden gnomes! If you like living ...more
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