By Charles E.J. Moulton
21 tales of Love and Terror
Published by Meizius Publishing on September 21st, 2015
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The characters are plagued and inspired by memories.
In Leaf in the Wind, the painful death of Jennifer’s late boyfriend sends her back to the Spanish dance-club they used to visit, but drives her out in tears. Robert, the homeless artist, roams the New York streets speaking only of the lost love of his life, wearing a necklace of The Praying Lark, one that used to belong to her. William Shakespeare’s ghost returns to Hampton Court in order to wish the Hamlet of 1637 good luck. That sends the Bard's nephew William Hart down memory lane in A Will to Play. A doomed convict’s meeting with a dangerous witch sends him straight into hell, expectantly terrified of the hangman and his Madame Gabalus.