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Uncle Willie's Gift
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TITLE (EDIT)
Uncle Willie's Gift
DESCRIPTION
An old Greek regrets he never did more with his life. He wants to give money to his church and decides to make a bet with someone else's money.
[3,317 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Action
AUTHOR
Frank Dunsmore
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Frank Dunsmore was born in Chicago and studied music and American Literature. He has always liked mysteries. He writes articles and short stories and is currently writing a mystery novel.
[October 2003]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
fmd866@comcast.net
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (13)
A Brush With Death (Short Stories) Homicide Detective Schmidt with the Chicago PD visits the Art Institute to take a break from his cases. Just when he is enjoying a docent's lecture, a piercing screem comes from a gallery and Schmidt ... [5,169 words] [Mystery]
A Picture's Wirth A Thousand Words (Non-Fiction) I had the privilege of interviewing Cliff Wirth, Chicago Sun-Times newspaper cartoonist. Mr. Wirth has been a cartoonist for the last fifty years. In my interview he shares how he became a cartoonist ... [1,701 words]
A Taste Of Death (Short Stories) Dective Schmidt with Homicide of the Chicago PD is baffled by several arsenic poisonings. He and his officers are without a clue or lead. The Captain will take Schmidt off the case unless he makes an ... [5,669 words] [Mystery]
Betsy In The Twenty-First Century (Essays) My grandfather was one of the first owners of an automobile and one of the first to be scorned for the black clouds of smoke that his Model A belched. [1,990 words]
Connect The Stars In The Night Sky (Non-Fiction) The ancient Greek and Roman stargazers connected stars with imaginary lines to create images. The images are called constellations. Then they applied legends and myths to the images. [1,912 words]
Cutting Critics (Short Stories) We've all heard the debate: what is the responsibility of a reviewer? Is it primarily to tell the truth as he or she sees it, or is it to write positive reviews? Or even negative reviews? In the story... [5,146 words]
Death At The Conservatory (Short Stories) John Benson watched Charles Manning sip from his water bottle. Throwing a smug, disdainful smile at John, Charles set the bottle on the hall table and mounted the stairs leading to the stage, the firs... [3,239 words] [Mystery]
Night Bite! (Short Stories) Some believe in vampires and some wannabe vampires but Lieutenant Schmidt and his detectives are uncertain and baffled when they find a dead woman with puncture wounds on her neck in a Chicago Subway. [3,812 words] [Fantasy]
Night Lights Shine On (Non-Fiction) Night Lights Shine On is a brief history of lighthouses. From ancient times on, lighthouses have guided mariners to safe harbors. Men and women have served as keepers of the light and there are many h... [1,553 words]
Population Out Of Control! (Essays) At the rate of 94.5 million more people on the planet each year, you might wonder how much longer will there be wide open spaces and big skies in Montana. [984 words]
Radio Days Of Yesteryear (Non-Fiction) I was in bed listening to my radio while the wind whistled and howled outside the window. "Good evening friends. This is Raymond, your host, welcoming you in through the squeaking door, to the Inner S... [3,001 words]
The Conductors Of The Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Non-Fiction) For over one hundred and eight years the CSO has created beautiful music for its patrons. Excellent musicians, wise boards of directors, and nine distinguished conductors have brought this about. [2,217 words] [History]
The Mail's On The Saddle (Non-Fiction) The Pony Express is a true spirit of America. On April 3, 1860 the Pony Express began a mail service that was faster than any before. The route that the riders rode was 1,966 miles from St. Joseph, M... [2,209 words]
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© 2003 Frank Dunsmore
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
October 2003
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