NEW AND NOW AVAILABLE! Latest book in Mill Circle series!
A timeless tale of Nature unfolds among the small denizens of Mill
Lurid tales of the survival of fit and unfit emerge at the place where animals could partake of the Yellow Spring long ago, but where now spring water has dried up. You might call these tales of Old Mill Circle macabre, gruesome, or a version of
New England grotesque.
In its own cruel and harsh way, Nature torments a squirrel trying to cross electrical wires, but instead meets his Rubicon. A small frog plays dice with his life –the die say snake eyes. A hairy woodpecker sees the false berries of decoration and finds himself lured like a sailor by a siren. Hawks dispatch squirrels and chipmunks, leaving
only small dogs for their dinner. And, birds find homes elsewhere as the 21st century puts its eerie mark on Old Mill Circle.
This small booklet is another in the Mill Circle series about one of the strangest neighborhoods in New England–where paranormal meets the grotesque, the place where history converges–from the home of Titanic victims, to the place where their ghosts reside. All stories are true.
Available on Amazon in paperback for library builders, or as ebook for smart readers.
The Mill Circle series
HAUNTING NEAR VIRTUOUS SPRING
TALES OF A TITANIC FAMILY
NATURE TALES OF OLD MILL CIRCLE
A GRAND MAPLE TREE ON MILL CIRCLE
THE GREAT BARN OF MILL CIRCLE
VILLAGE POST OFFICE AT MILL CIRCLE
GHOSTS OF MILL CIRCLE (forthcoming, early Fall 2017)
CASEBOOK FROM OLD MILL CIRCLE