Backward Glances: Lynch's Corner Short Stories Volume Six

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 17, 2010 - Fiction - 193 pages
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Backward Glances is volume six in the Lynch’s Corner Series. These short stories veer from the preceding five in that they focus on protagonists other than the Lynch-Carr family though there are a few lurking in the list of stories. Previous readers will find “The Fall of Jessup” an interesting conclusion to that flawed person. Others will delight in stories dealing with nuns in the Appalachians, archaeology in Egypt, young lovers groping for the rite of passage, University of Kentucky sports, illegal moonshine, and desperate people facing impossible situations. Some recurring characters visit once more, but for the most part, newer folks emerge and join the LC series. Enjoy.
 

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Contents

The Nun Who Preyed On God
9
Moonlight
19
Signature Rock
24
Mailman
35
There is no Silence
42
Seeking Grace
48
Return Service
55
Bush Pilot
62
Epistle
97
The Man Who Would Be The Y
102
Office Duties
108
Snipe Hunting
112
Vindication
119
Backward Glances
127
The Fall of Jessup
139
The New Bicycle
149

A Matter of Principle
68
Digging for Ahnenerbe
75
The RingTailed Monkey
81
Blizzard
87
A Thousand Faces
155
Tracer
172
Time Thief
184
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Mr. Summers is a retired teacher and the author of numerous books dealing with Lynch's Corner. He is married and the proud father of two adult children. He has a novel ready for publication. His previous book was Dodge Ball in the Dark.

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