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Meter Maid Marion, How to Tutor a Ghost, The Third Tortoise by Richard Seltzer

Meter Maid Marion, How to Tutor a Ghost, The Third Tortoise

by Richard Seltzer

274 pages
Twenty-four stories plus self-contained excerpts from nine novels, ranging from romance to mind-twisting fantasy to realism, to history. Some include elements of all of those.

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About the Book
24 stories plus self-contained excerpts from 9 novels, ranging from romance to mind-twisting fantasy to realism, to history. In addition to the title stories, these include: The Princess Tango, The Seventh Note, Reinventing the Airplane, The Gentle Inquisitor, Aunt Rachel and the Wizard of Oz, Saint Smith, The Place Where Time Stopped, Give Me Now My Nevermind, The Abandoned House on Rogers Avenue, Ethiopia Through Sonya's Eyes, Even Elephants Pray.


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About the Author
Richard Seltzer Richard lives in Milford, CT, where he writes fiction full-time. He graduated from Yale where he had creative writing courses with Robert Penn Warren and Joseph Heller. During his professional career, he worked for DEC, the minicomputer company, as writer and Internet evangelist. His published works include a dozen novels, four relating to the Trojan War and two relating to Shakespeare.



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