Overgrown by Philip A Seplow
Tales to Let You Know There Are Others In This World With Problems Worse Than Yours

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A unique collection of short stories from the bizarre to the sublime. Covering a town so overgrown with foliage that the inhabitants cannot escape, to a worn-out college recruiter tempting minds instead of bodies, to a giant tomato racing across the George Washington Bridge, to a co-dependent wife trying to free herself from an alcoholic husband, to a grandmother trying to protect her family from an evil red demon, to a childless man trying to clone his boyhood baseball idol and raise him as his son, to a Russian peasant girl who kisses frogs hoping for her prince to materialize before her eyes, to a desperate gambler who makes a deal with God to receive winners every Sunday, and more, this collection of short stories is one of the most unique you will ever read.

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Published December 22, 2000 by iUniverse. 239 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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