Mysteries, romance, futuristic tales, comedy, teen angst and part memoir where the names have been changed to protect the . . . well, you be the judge. Reminisce the wild teens and travel back in time to the era of black-and-white Saturday cinema, and tales of the awkwardness of growing up. Filled with sweet reminiscences and the funny awkward moments between friends, Tales Told brings you back to when relationships were simpler, and the hilarity of innocence was everywhere. James Francis Gray, author of Kali Is Your Code Name and Gumshoe, is back with his witty humor and wry observation. Filled with the hijinx of adolescence, the awkwardness of first loves, and the sweetness of fond childhood memories. Come back to 1950s Massachusetts. You've already come to know the romp of Kali, and the sleuthing John Peterman, Esquire, of Gumshoe. Here, in his first anthology, we see a bit more of the personal side of James Francis Gray in stories that are sure to bring back fond memories of the local neighborhood. Enjoy reliving classic movies, the warmth of family and friendship, and trying to get to know the girl next door, as James shares a bit of his more personal side.