(Paperback / softback)
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Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Sullivan, Joseph
- Illustrations, black and white
- 229 x 152 x 9 mm
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- 2:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on Creme w/Gloss Lam
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Her Mourning Portrait and Other Paranormal Oddities is the fifth anthology from Brhel & Sullivan. It is a collection of dark fantasy stories which focuses on the interplay between the euphoric and lamentable moments of romantic commitments. These ten tales are light romances, which take turns through various fantasy subgenres such as science fiction, the paranormal, the occult and the weird.
Such tales include:
"Lady of Cayuga Lake," which recounts the last hurrah of a separating husband and wife, a final vacation which takes a turn toward the paranormal when they both spy a ghost over the lake. Will they have what it takes to work together, confide in each other, and solve the mysterious disappearance of Mary Gold?
"The Lost Cache" tells of the strain an obsessive hobby can have on a marriage. Hillary appears to give Eric every chance to engage her, and work his way back toward an intimate companionship, even going so far as to plan out a special evening of hiking and geocaching in an old cemetery with her husband.
"Side by Side" is a quirky cemetery tale about a confrontation between a long-dead man and his widow's second husband, regarding the final resting place of their beloved-in-common.
"Her, He, and a Corpse Makes Three" focuses on a love triangle between a living couple who work in a funeral home, and the woman's recently deceased, yet spiritually returned ex-boyfriend.
Father Joseph Sullivan,