The Fisherman's Catch

The Fisherman's Catch

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The old man shuffled into Cuffy's Joint with his eyes fixed on one person, Jack Wills. He asked, "Mr.Wills? You are Jack Wills, right?" "Yeah, that's me, old-timer. What Can I do for you?" "Well sir, for starters, you can save my life. It's me, Jack. Vito Napoli." "Right!" Wills laughingly answered. "Except that Vito is dead. He died in the war. You're too old anyway. Vito would have been thirty-five this year. Not seventy-five, like you." The old man said, "Thirty-six, actually." The two men sat down to explore the recent past. After hearing Vito's explanation of a space alien and a mysterious machine that aged Vito so rapidly. As Jack began the work needed to eliminate the alien and his weapon, a thought broke out from the back of his mind. 'Just what I need, another power hungry fool to rule the world.' Only this time it would involve beings from outer space. It's up to Jack and his friends to find this machine and destroy it and the alien that wants to own the Earth.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 25.65mm | 752.96g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507737289
  • 9781507737286

About MR Louis M Serra

Traveling from the East Coast to the West Coast, from the Gulf of Mexico to the Yukon Territory and on to the great state of Alaska, I learned a great deal about people. My books are written for and to all those people out there who taught me that our imagination is a great place to visit when relaxation is needed. My books are now, and always will be written for anyone who can read for enjoyment. Nothing more and nothing less. Growing up I became enthralled by the works of several authors such as, Raymond Chandler, Mickey Spillane, and Dashiel Hammet. Their characters talked out the scenarios in the murder victim's room or a local bar rather than physically chase the culprits over rooftops. Yet, they always got 'their man'. I try to use their styles in my works, but with a science-fictional twist. I have several books written in a variety of ways because I think in a variety of ways. This will give you, the reader a chance to also see things in a variety of ways. The Curator's Orb The Fisherman's Catch The Reluctant Vampire The Hawke's Lair (non-science-fiction) Straight detective/mystery story. Notes From The Hermit The jeweler's Stone Weird Tales Of the Old West and other placesshow more