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The Other Iron River, and Other Stories
     

The Other Iron River, and Other Stories

by Tony Rabig
 
Quiet places...

Where doorways open to other worlds and times.
Where people vanish forever.
Where the ghosts of what might have been haunt the living.
Where fate waits for years to strike down its prey.
Where you can step back into yesterday -- if that's what you really want.

Quiet places like the ones you'll find in The Other Iron River...

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Quiet places...

Where doorways open to other worlds and times.
Where people vanish forever.
Where the ghosts of what might have been haunt the living.
Where fate waits for years to strike down its prey.
Where you can step back into yesterday -- if that's what you really want.

Quiet places like the ones you'll find in The Other Iron River...

"They're Waiting" -- As a child, Bill believed in ghosts. Sixty now and divorced, with his mother dead and his father dying in a nursing home, he's finding reason to believe in ghosts again. But his ghosts aren't the spirits of dead friends and relatives. His ghosts are something worse. They hate him, and all they want is to reach him either in this world or the next. They're waiting...

"A Souvenir from the War" -- Phil's father, a veteran of World War II, dies in an explosion in his home, an explosion that might have been caused by a grenade in the footlocker he'd kept since the war. But his father didn't have a grenade...

"The Other Iron River" -- The town of Iron River is slowly fading away, declining as its younger people move away and the older ones die. But there is another Iron River -- the town as it was a century ago. And if you're the right kind, you can step back into yesterday, and stay. Paul and Beth are the right kind, but is leaving their own time really what they want?

Fifteen stories from the quiet places. Contemporary fantasy with a Twilight Zone feel.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781496199560
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/30/2014
Pages:
174
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.37(d)

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