Dancing with Angels

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Apex Publishing Limited, 2008 - Fiction - 168 pages
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In this wonderfully eclectic mix of deliciously intriguing short stories the reader will be transported to a myriad of settings, both ordinary and exotic, in which nothing is ever quite what it seems and anticipated conclusions to every thought-provoking journey are likely to lead readers down a dead-end path, with a fascinating and unseen twist waiting in ambush. The fascinating events described are able to turn certainty into uncertainty, reduce meticulously made plans to dust, vaporize hopes and dreams and transform life into death with the inaudible and inexorable click of fate’s fingers, each gem etching an unforgettable signature in one’s memory. Every human life appears as though a play scripted by fate, but whether it is a tragedy, mystery, comedy, love or horror story, how many scenes and acts are contained therein, the number of pages before ‘The End’ and the character parts involved remain a guarded secret whose revelation is the privilege of time alone.

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Gary Morecambe is the son of the comedian Eric Morecambe. He was born in London in 1956. After several years as a publicist for a leading theatrical agency, he became a full-time writer in 1982 and has published over twenty titles ranging from biography to fiction. Recently he was consultant to Kenneth Branagh's West End and Broadway smash hit, The Play What I Wrote. He is currently engaged in working on a film script adaptation of his late father's novel, Mr. Lonely.

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