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Horror, SCI-FI and Weird story collection, Speculative Fiction at its best.
First digital edition of the work, Cover Art by Giampaolo Frizzi.
The lonely and the regretful and the downtrodden, the furious and the woeful and the damaged; all facing the futility of living in a world of malice, loss and loneliness; all desperately seeking salvation while forging through the miles of pain marking every step of the path to Paradise . . .
A farmer sings a nightly funeral dirge, summoning something from far across the fields. A cavalry troop finds Heaven or Hell in the hills. A reporter witnesses the final inexplicable moments of a saucer suicide cult. A boy and his grandfather hear a message from an un-guessed world beneath their feet. A boxer faces his greatest nemesis during the strangest of storms. a platoon is faced with a terrible choice in the jungle. A garage band and their loyal fans disappear as part of the fulfillment of a prophecy. An outpost of Roman Legionnaires is terrorized by an ancient evil. Two alien children forge a unique pact with two Earth children. A strange door opens in the middle of a burning summer day. A seasoned detective interrogates a vengeful angel responsible for the haunting of an entire city. A bounty hunter accepts a mission to hunt another man's demon. A husband and wife receive a long-awaited message from the sky. A broken girl is bestowed a gift from the moon. A group of troubled misfits search for Heaven in a violent future. A brother and sister await the greatest fire the world will ever see...
All these Songs For The Lost, and other ghosts, too...
This collection also contains an introduction by David Rix and a foreword by Brian A. Dixon.