When I get mail regarding my books, more often than not that mail consists of a single question: Who's Fang? Fang, for those of you who have not read my vampire mystery novel, Moon Dance, is Samantha Moon's online confidant. Although I always suspected his role would expand in future books, little is explained about who Fang is or where he comes from. Well, considered his role expanded. "Teeth" is his story, in which the question is asked: What happens when a child is born with a rare throwback gene, a gene that produces two exceptionally long teeth? I do hope you enjoy "Teeth." Also included: "My Father's Eyes," in which Death comes to a small bar in Los Angeles. . .and orders a beer. "The Fridge," in which a man buying a state-of-the-art refrigerator gets much more than he bargained for. "Die Spy," in which a spy very much comes out of the cold. "Step on a Crack," in which an old curse gets a very real update. "Two Ghosts," in which two lost souls come together at last.
Literature-Fiction, Short-Stories-Anthologies, Short-Stories,