A few months ago, Henry Danvers, an accomplished food critic, published a scathing article dismissing Midwestern America as a "cultural wasteland". Restaurant owner, Raymond Mooreland took umbrage to this and called Danvers' bluff. Unfortunately for Henry this trip to Ohio has been set in the Book of Fates for some time. Or has it?
Henry Danvers, like most people, doesn't want to die. In fact, he'll do anything to keep on living. Unfortunately, according to the book of Fates, his number is up. Can he outwit Death, herself? What is a picture of Calu's old flame doing in his closet drawer? And, what does Jaclyn's Uncle have to do with all of this?
About the Author
Amy Stilgenbauer is an information scientist, freelance writer, and baseball aficionado, who spends her life split between Ohio and Michigan. She received her degree in writing from Mount Union College in 2007.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Another good short story in the author's witch series. Under 30 pages long.