Many a couple met and fell in love in a Big Band ballroom. World War II was finally over, the GIs were back home, and only their futures lay before them. If only you could return to that magical time.This short story is about the age old wish of 'what if.' What if we were given a chance to go back and do things differently. Would our choices be the same, or would we take a more daring path?
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About the Author
American author Paul Andrews was born and raised in the quiet mountains of rural Pennsylvania. He has been writing short stories, novels and novellas for over twenty years. Though his heart lies with historical mysteries and thrillers, he also dabbles in science fiction, romance and even the paranormal. While "The Man Who Would Not Die" is first novel, he has many other stories to share. Paul has a graduate degree from Rutgers University and spent many successful years in his day job as a R&D project manager. After working for a time in the avenues of Manhattan and Washington D.C, he slowly migrated south to warmer climes and a slower pace. He now works, lives and writes in North Carolina with his wife, their two children, and two cats.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A nice little time travel tale, taking the main character back to the Big Band dance era of the 1940s. That age old question, if given the chance to do it all over again, would you make the same decision?
Yes, I know it's very sad. At least a dozen of my favorite cats have died. And thank you, I may just go and meet him!