Glossolalia: A Book by Peter Dabbene

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 2, 2005 - Fiction - 563 pages
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Glossolalia is a compendium of 35 short stories, taking on genres from short comedy to science fiction, and from political satire to "literary" fiction and horror. A turn of the 21st century detective seeks a sense of purpose and a new start. A modern magician finds peace in a recorded voice from the past. A trucker gets a warning along with his meal at a truck stop diner. The brightest lights of stage and screen engage in a secret mission to save Hollywood. A young woman is taken for a ride at her new job, courtesy of political correctness. Germans and Russians compete in an escalating animal war during World War II. A reenactor sees history come to life on the battlefield at Gettysburg. A young Cuban man seeks escape to America on the high seas. A father tinkers with the genetic coding of his boys to give them a chance at succeeding where he has failed. These stories, and many more, await the reader of Glossolalia.
 

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Contents

COMEDIES
235
PHOBOLOGIA
387
THE ELEMENTS OF FEAR
441
FUTURE WORLDS
485
THE ROCKLESTER FILES
547
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