R.M. Ahmose Presents Tales You Never Saw Coming

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iUniverse, 2010 - Fiction - 224 pages
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R.M. Ahmose's extensive background in psychology plays a key role in the three short stories presented in R.M. Ahmose Presents Tales You Never Saw Coming. Add this element to the keen observations taken from life in the inner city of Baltimore, and a plethora of knowledge gained from university classes, and the result is an imaginative, quirky collection of stories that elicit deep thought and expansive thinking.

R.M. Ahmose Presents Tales You Never Saw Coming is a collection of three stories, each of which is meant to delight with its imaginativeness, quirkiness, and sometimes eyebrow-raising social commentary. While robots are the stated central characters in the lead story Better Design, this tale actually highlights features of human society. Saved blends religion, devoutness, doubt, agnosticism, and ill fortune. The final story, Psychotherapy and Desserts, presents a tale of intrigue based on an experience at a community mental health center.

A suspenseful collection of stories, R.M. Ahmose Presents Tales You Never Saw Coming pays heed to the idea that nothing is as it seems.

 

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Contents

The Better Design
1
Saved
53
Psychotherapy and Desserts
170
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About the author (2010)

R.M. Ahmose draws from decades of life experience and studies at the undergraduate and graduate levels. From his early years as a high school dropout, to university honor student, to professional educator, he has accumulated knowledge from various sources to integrate into his tales of mystery and suspense.

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