Broken Hearts-Bloody Trails

Broken Hearts-Bloody Trails

by Robert Camacho

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Overview

Broken Hearts-Bloody Trails by Robert Camacho

Provocativeness entertains and titillates. Controversy will have readers buzzing and buying. This short fiction series achieves relevance and sustained power. Prophecy, clairvoyance, eroticism, humor, history, splashed with psychology birth chilling tales.

Fiction lovers inhaling this magic will never forget it. Complementing Camacho's enticing and spellbinding collection of prose, are stunning illustrations by eighteen year old Native American artist Paul Cannon.


About the Author

Robert Camacho packages entertainment projects, musicians, and writers. Having successfully marketed variety material within Hollywood, New York and Nashville circuits, he chose 1st Books to introduce his exhilarating collection of short stories.The former disc jockey, professional musician and award winning radio and televison producer director, incorporates journalism and freelance writing with a corporate career. He�s a voracious reader, with an appetite for history, romance, suspense, and macabre which influence his unique �visual� writing.

The San Diego author lives on a seventy-five-year-old mountain estate, formerly occupied by pioneer screen actress Mae West. His writings flourish in this historic atmosphere, and plans to release two more collections.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781403345851
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 11/28/2002
Pages: 108
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.26(d)

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Broken Hearts-Bloody Trails 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is so much in these words! No fluff just down to it. If, as they say, life is too short, than so too is this masterpiece. Editing problems aside, Camacho can write, he promised more and has not followed up with his next book. There is a new story Beneath a Golden Web on his website that picks up where this book leaves off and is breathtaking, insightful, beautiful, and repulsive at the same time. Mr. Robert Camacho should give up his day job and get serious.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've constantly battled with my faith in God. 'Fountains,' is about a battle between good and evil personified. As a Jew,I was offended by Mr. Cannon's illustration of the Holocaust, maybe he's angry about his treatment as a Native American, but this drawing is offensive! Camacho, on the other hand has written a sensitive story that packs a wallop and gets inside the issue in such a way as to force a reexamination of the very premise of good verses evil. 'They All Fall Up,' ties into 911 and 'Fountains,' infact, there's a wonderful thread connecting all of the material. This a strong new voice I intend to promote.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Normally, I don't like self published fiction. There's a buzz about this one, so I picked up a used copy. Hated the cover, found five errors in the text, the writer obviously edited it. I was predisposed to hate it, but this is damn good! Trespasser is scary humor, and Mark and Marrissa's love affair In She Loved Then Killed is sexy, hot and full of surprises. Set in the Sonoran desert, you feel you are there. Camaacho's knowledge of Southwestern history is right on. What a great story. I wanted more, and would have expected Camacho to develop each story more, however, he has done what he set out to do-create a heart rush-short and VERY sweet. I'm in love with Marrissa, Part II please!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I heard Camacho interviewed on a Jefferson Piolet Communications station while in California. The interviewer obviously did not read the book. He was hot and right on about sex, life and death - his pet subjects. I read this short book in one evening and I'm still haunted by it. If the matreial were not so darn good, I would have felt jipped because the book was so short.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked it. I'd recommend it! This is one dark preacher!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was surprised to find that this author's mood and tone resembled Poe. It certainly is equally disturbing. Darkness and light walk side-by-side. I recommend this new writer. Probably the most creative short stories I've read since Steven King. Barnes & Noble have the best price on this book anywhere.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is very disturbing and creative material. The illustrations alone are worth the price.