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Tales Cinematica: Volume 1 Rick Mallery

Tales Cinematica: Volume 1

Rick Mallery

Published July 31st 2011
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Kindle Edition
58 pages
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Collection of the first seven tales in the Tales Cinematica series.In Sunset on the Wicked, Gilbert wakes up one morning to find a single spot of blood on his pillow. His search for the source--and what he finds along the way--proves that someMoreCollection of the first seven tales in the Tales Cinematica series.In Sunset on the Wicked, Gilbert wakes up one morning to find a single spot of blood on his pillow. His search for the source--and what he finds along the way--proves that some mornings one should not even bother to wake up.In Thank You, a blank card arrives in the mail. Marks curiosity gets the best of him, and after a bizarre series of experiences, he finds himself in a barren apocalyptic wasteland chasing after the one person he most wants to recover from his past.In Money in the Mattress, a falconer and his family fall prey to two brothers who are at odds over their inheritance. The falconer holds to key to the settlement, and his reluctance to help either side keeps him in the cross-fire.In Damn Books, Will Klunk gives up his prize collection of books to try to woo back his wife who has run off with another man. His clumsy efforts to appeal to her only brings more scorn upon him. But he finds that going with the flow has its advantages.In Hive Intrigue, a colony of workers in a highly organized society plot to overthrow their leadership, but the revolution succeeds only when an unlikely player becomes involved.In Trap, Filmore discovers his wifes infidelity with his business partner. He tracks them from their hotel to Filmores home where the couple find Filmores dark secret buried in the cellar. Filmore has them trapped, but discovers they are not as ignorant of his deeds as he has assumed.In Darlas Boys, four men go on a hunt. Four men end up dead. The drama plays out according to the force of the small-town intrigue that each man has taken part in cultivating.