Moonlight

Moonlight

by Porter

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Overview

Three captivating stories of mystery, love, humor, and obsession. Artificial Light sets the tone, when a mid-aged show entertainer, John Gotten, creates a natural dummy that will add the necessary ingredients to get his show off the ground. But when certain things are discovered, Mr. John Gotten is under pressure, as he realizes that he is what he's invented and will succumb to its personal force.A Mind's Eye brings you a lonely, thirteen-year-old monster-movie-crazy with a gift, and, perhaps, an intriguing vision to see the things he's longed, as well as those he's feared. Full Moon shreds the bones off its victims' back, when an exotically sophisticated animal lurks the wilderness of New Jersey, coursing through the backwoods undetected, howling at the light of the moon and tearing its claws into anything that crosses its path. All are in danger; some are in suspect, while others are in denial. A frightened child may know something; an aging cop will discover the truth. But none will escape the deadly clamor of the Moonlight. Three tales full of surprises and unexpected turns. Equipped with razor-sharp dialogue of snappy comic, and mounting suspense. The unknown is present throughout and none will be safe in putting this book down, once the dread sinks in, settling into the furthest dimension of mind.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781425900021
Publisher: Authorhouse
Publication date: 12/07/2005
Pages: 440
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.98(d)

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Moonlight 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I borrowed this book from my neighborhood library. It was good. I found it funny at times, strange, and just entertaining. The writing is good, no doubt. The short stories keep you going. I read it in a week. And it's not too long, like some other books I came across and I read a lot. Anyway, the book is cool. Maybe I'll look for more from Porter.