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High Strangeness in South Haven
     

High Strangeness in South Haven

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by Patrick C. Greene
 

Ray Ray and his crew are braving the cold weather for a quick walk over to South Haven, where their favorite dealer lives. Turning a corner, the enterprising young criminals spy an odd-looking man just standing there under the streetlight like a present under a Christmas tree, probably sporting a fat wallet. The boys would like to relieve the odd man of his money,

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Ray Ray and his crew are braving the cold weather for a quick walk over to South Haven, where their favorite dealer lives. Turning a corner, the enterprising young criminals spy an odd-looking man just standing there under the streetlight like a present under a Christmas tree, probably sporting a fat wallet. The boys would like to relieve the odd man of his money, but the thing is, he's not from around South Haven; or any place on earth....

"Ray Ray liked to keep his arms covered beneath a crotch length long-sleeve because of the needle marks, not to mention the little .25 he had taken to carrying in his back pocket, as the paranoia crept deeper by degrees."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044211971
Publisher:
Sekhmet Press LLC
Publication date:
08/07/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
841,538
File size:
85 KB

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Meet the Author

Some dark serendipity plopped a young Patrick Greene in front of a series of ever stranger films-and experiences-in his formative years, leading to a unique viewpoint. His odd interests have led to pursuits in film acting, paranormal investigation, martial arts, quantum physics, bizarre folklore and eastern philosophy. These elements flavor his screenplays and fiction works, often leading to strange and unexpected detours designed to keep viewers and readers on their toes. Literary influences range from Poe to Clive Barker to John Keel to a certain best selling Bangorian. Suspense, irony, and outrageously surreal circumstances test the characters who populate his work, taking them and the reader on a grandly bizarre journey into the furthest realms of darkness. The uneasy notion that reality itself is not only relative but indeed elastic- is the hallmark of Greene’s writing. Living in the rural periphery of Asheville North Carolina with his wife, youngest son and an ever-growing army of cats, Greene still trains in martial arts when he’s not giving birth to demons via his pen and keyboard.

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High Strangeness in South Haven 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
bryanwalaspa More than 1 year ago
This is a very odd tale, but also extremely creepy and effective. I am a big fan of Patrick Greene's work and this was one of my favorites in his collection of short stories. This one will leave you with more than a few bad dreams and is a great example of true horor.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Strange, but interesting, story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Those thugs got what they deserved.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ended kind of abruptly---you still want
Anonymous More than 1 year ago