Bigfoot and the Boundary

Bigfoot and the Boundary

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by Frank Arcilesi
     
 

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This is a short story (8167words). From the author of the 5 star romance novel, 'A 1950s Love Affair: Every Day a Bird Learns How to Fly.'

--Mark did not expect to be in hand to hand combat with this creature which was not supposed to exist but the time had come for Mark to take revenge for what had happened to his girlfriend against a creature that's not

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This is a short story (8167words). From the author of the 5 star romance novel, 'A 1950s Love Affair: Every Day a Bird Learns How to Fly.'

--Mark did not expect to be in hand to hand combat with this creature which was not supposed to exist but the time had come for Mark to take revenge for what had happened to his girlfriend against a creature that's not even supposed to exist.

Excerpt:

I have my own theory about people who don't believe certain things exist and claim those of us who have seen ghosts, shadow people and things like that are fools or crazy. I believe that if you think the world is black and white and it's just what it appears to you, then you are probably the fool for you have no faith. As the writer Elizabeth Gilbert once said, "Faith is belief in what you cannot see or prove or touch."..........

I reached down to my ammo belt and pulled out four 30-06 rounds and loaded them into the magazine for the Remington, then snapped the magazine into the rifle. I pulled back the bolt and then forward loading one round into the breach. The sound echoed through the trees. I ejected the magazine and replaced the one round, which was now in the breach and then snapped the magazine back into the rifle. I would now have five rounds to take the bastard down with, if everything else failed, or else he would take me down.

As I snapped the magazine back into the rifle, I thought about Brenda. I hadn't known Brenda for long, about six months, but we had bonded. I had met her at a friend's house–one of those set up blind date things by a well meaning friend that usually turns into disaster but it worked this time. She worked at a museum but there was nothing museum-like about her. We had spent most of our free time together since we had met. In fact it got to the point that I couldn't think of spending any of my free time without her.

Then one day I got the bright idea to ask her to go with me on a trip to the mountains for some quiet time. It turned out to be a bad idea–a real bad idea.....

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013022386
Publisher:
Frank Arcilesi
Publication date:
09/06/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
23 KB

Meet the Author

Mr. Arcilesi is the author of several Sci Fi short stories
and the romance novel 'Every Day a Bird Learns How to Fly,' a five star romance novel. The novel, set in the 1950's in a small conservative Maryland town, is about a teenager who develops a close tender relationship with his best friend's you attractive stepmother. Both struggle with it and fight hard to end the relationship. Midwest book Review has given it 5 of 5 stars.

He has also written several fictional short stories available on Amazon.com as well as other non-fiction articles on various topics.

Mr. Arcilesi is a native of Baltimore and now resides in Montgomery Village, Maryland, a suburb of Washington DC. He has a degree in Mass Communications, and Mathematics from Towson State University where he spent many hours in the TV studio, writing, directing, producing and working the crews. His second major, mathematics followed by studies in accounting, have helped him greatly in the business world.

He has experience in business, financial and accounting areas and has been a member of the Association of Legal Administrators.

Mr. Arcilesi spends leisure time collecting artifacts of the fifties and has a large collection of vintage radios from the '50's, most of which are still in working order, and other vintage items. He never passes by an antique shop without stopping in to see what treasures may be hidden in a corner, especially at a great price.

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Bigfoot and the Boundary 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book seems interesting and all but its not like she he exist so yeah
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Iearned a lot about bigfoot
Anonymous More than 1 year ago