The River Above

The River Above : And Other Strange Stories

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A small Massachusetts town suffers dozens of mysterious disappearances, Chesapeake Bay is the last refuge from the walking dead, flying saucers invade Hollywood, a demon in Harvard Square uses a chess board as an instrument of torment, and something is very wrong on the Lemmon farm in Burrberry County, Maine. Meet the future's greatest hero, sail with a crew of covetous pirates, wage war on Mars and cast your vote in an extremely competitive midterm election. Each story is a glimpse into a world of horror, of humor and of despair. Each story is an echo of the unusual, the unreal and the unexpected
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Product details

  • Paperback
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 336g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 150847057X
  • 9781508470571

About Gregory Adams

Gregory Adams was born and raised in Hingham, Massachusetts, and many of his stories are set in the New England towns and cities he has come to know well. He majored in Small Animal Science at Norfolk County Agricultural High School and worked as a veterinary technician for many years. He graduated from Massachusetts College of Art Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) with a degree in Media and Performing Arts. After college he worked as General Manager at the Center for Latino Arts in Boston's South End. He returned to the profession of animal care and now owns a successful dog walking and pet sitting service in the Boston Area. Gregory lives in Norwood with his wife Cheryl and their young daughter, who is an aspiring writer herself.
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