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The Iceman Lives for One Dayby JT Pearson
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Conrad Whistler has grown bitter in his old age and blames God and everyone else for the condition of his life. On Christmas Eve he decides to walk out into the ferocious storm that is ravaging the tiny northern town called Port North. The kind folks that live in the humble town mistake his frozen corpse for an ice sculpture and unwittingly include it in the holiday festivities. This is weird.
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A well crafted story that just might become one of those favorites with a cult following. It has the potential. I recommend this story.
WEIRD, DARK, HOLIDAY STORY, BUT PRETTY WELL WRITTEN.
Weekend At Bernie's gets a snowy makeover but I still totally enjoyed it.