A collection of stories from G. Ernest Smith:
Henry and Elam are two seniors who live together to save money. They live modestly and except for Henry's lust for a Lay-Z-Boy, they don't want for much. They decide to go out one Friday night to their favorite club for a good time but a madman with a gun has other ideas and soon they are caught up in a chaotic swirl of death, politics and deceit. Henry is induced to lie about what happened. He thinks why not? Who's gonna know?
Sheriff Steuben is the law in a frontier town named Blind Gulch. He thinks he is god in his town and can commit any abuse he wants, but there is someone he will have to reckon with soon and he is not far away. He is locked up in his jail — cell number two — and he is not like anyone Steuben has ever encountered before. Steuben has four deputies, but they will not be enough.
Hank Corman walks into a diner in New Jersey in 1953 and sees an old Army buddy he knew during the war. But that's impossible. He saw this man die during a bombing run over Nazi Germany. He fell from the belly of a B-17 with a load of bombs.
These are just a few of the spell-binding stories in this collection from master story teller G. Ernest Smith.
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About the Author
G. Ernest Smith is a retired Space Shuttle launch team member who lives near Cape Canaveral, Florida with his wife, Mary Beth. He has a son, Brandon, and a daughter, Mona, a brother, Jeff, and a sister, Gwen, who all live in California.
He enjoys sailing, Harley Davidsons, fishing, writing, Miatas and eating (not necessarily in that order). He has been a contributing writer for Cycle World and Florida Touch and Go magazines.
He is a graduate of Rollins College and the Florida Institute of Technology and holds a Masters degree in Computer Science.