Some phrases conjure a sense of danger, at least the possibility that something will go wrong. Few drivers become paralyzed with fear when passing a sign warning of potentially adverse road conditions. But there exists the small chance that a slippery surface will cause the vehicle of some hapless motorist to careen off the asphalt, smash through a guardrail and land upside down in a culvert, the car's tires spinning helplessly seconds before a hellish conflagration. (A bit dramatic, yes). Hence the title Bridge May Be Icy for this compendium of mystery, mayhem and murder.
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About the Author
Allan M. Heller is a published poet, short story writer, and author of four non-fiction books, most recently Monuments and Memorials of Philadelphia (Schiffer, December, 2012). Never the slacker, he is currently at work on a fifth title.
Heller resides in Hatboro, Pennsylvania with his lovely wife, Tatiana and their adorable cat, Rocky.