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This is where it gets interesting : stories

Author: John H Matthews
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Six Slug Books, [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John H Matthews
ISBN: 9780615644752 0615644759
OCLC Number: 871340317
Description: 193 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Odds --
The black tornado --
Hero --
The painter --
Stormbringer --
All this and more --
To tell about it --
And you --
Halloween --
Moiré patterns --
The wall --
Modern carnivores --
Government psychic --
Johnny heart attack --
Bullets have no effect --
Mercurochrome --
Ghostlike --
Orbit --
Things to do --
Help wanted --
Protector --
The actor --
Dolls --
Chili --
One shot --
Bleedproof --
Arrested development --
The blue pig.
Responsibility: John H. Matthews.

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“Some stories in Matthews's entertaining collection are wacky and imbued with dark humor, while others are heartwarming examinations of humanity . . . they’ll certainly appeal to anyone looking for humorous, fun reading.” 

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