The Gargoyle by Curt Collier

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"Trapped in an insane asylum the narrator reveals his saga of misadventures. Time is irrelevant as he ponders his predicament. A straight jacket encompasses his naked body but not his mind when trading barbs with the psychiatrist who attempts to subdue the murderous patient.

One day a beautiful nurse accompanies the doctor on his monthly visit. She not only stirs the patient's libido but she brings back a flood of memories when he recognizes this person from his past. He plots escape, hopefully with her help. Since he easily assimilates into diverse characters contrary to his own personality; he assumes when escape is realized freedom will chime. He imagines a life of fine dining with vintage wine, his love beside him discussing art, music and literature, but most of all free from the shackles of his tormented mind. Ha, ha, hee, hee, heeeeeii!"

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Published June 28, 2005 by iUniverse. 210 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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