Bigfoot Stalks The Coast Of Maine

Bigfoot Stalks The Coast Of Maine

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by Thomas A. Easton
     
 

Small-town Mayor Harry Bowen is used to dealing with small-town problems, including his own on-the-rocks marriage.

Disreputable ne'er-do-well Howie Wyman prefers fishing and hunting to work -- and to the derision of his disapproving wife.

Strange bedfellows -- with strange friends! And stranger still are the challenges and wonders that find them in small-town

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Small-town Mayor Harry Bowen is used to dealing with small-town problems, including his own on-the-rocks marriage.

Disreputable ne'er-do-well Howie Wyman prefers fishing and hunting to work -- and to the derision of his disapproving wife.

Strange bedfellows -- with strange friends! And stranger still are the challenges and wonders that find them in small-town New England, where life sometimes seems to come right out of the pages of a tabloid newspaper:

A Nest of Nessies. A lake stocked with Loch Ness monsters -- and plenty of fishermen to catch them

Hoboes from Space. An interstellar freight train that roars through the woods -- taking on passengers you'd never imagine

The Bigfoot that Wore Tennis Shoes. A barefoot Bigfoot in the woods -- and the search for the shoes that'll fit him

Dem Bones, Dem Bones. Haunted bones from an old burying ground that object to being moved to make room for a shopping center

Fish with an Alien Palate. A fish that won't bite on anything -- except a fly that looks like a tiny flying saucer

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781587152559
Publisher:
Borgo Press
Publication date:
10/20/2000
Pages:
140
Product dimensions:
0.33(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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Bigfoot Stalks The Coast Of Maine 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've waited twenty years for this book, and it was well worth it. I have read and reread a handful of these stories in magazines, and was thrilled to find some in this book that I had missed. Science Fiction, American Folklore, and a bit of Horror with 'The Tree', with most of the stories following a small cast of likable characters in a town where lots of strange things happen. The situations are absurd but believable, and each story is different enough to keep this collection interesting. I enjoyed every minute of it, and certainly wish that Mr. Easton would write more in this series.