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Tim Eagle's first attempt at putting words to a story often told around the campfire to his seven children, nieces and nephews. Here's what reviewers are saying, "This short story was such a treat! Again, we visit the town of Stevats, but this time, it's through the eyes of a 12 year old boy that the horrors unfold. However, they are principally urban horrors - cannibalism exempted..." 


Book Blurb:

In the confines of rural Stevats, a young boy, Johnny, drifts like the autumn leaves, to the butcher's shop. There are hidden secrets that unfold when he makes a peculiar stop to the local cemetery finding something more than what Pete the butcher was offering he and his mother's dinner table. This is an adult rendition of a tale that has been told by the author around campfires, and IS NOT recommended for children!

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