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Drifting Off the Coast of New Mexico

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By: Steven R. Boyett
Formats: Mobipocket (104 KB), MS Reader (230 KB)
Wordcount: 8,900
Price: Free!

Publisher: Scorpius Digital

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On the run from the Federales, two childhood friends discover that they have grown old -- and that their fate has never been in their own hands.

"Drifting Off the Coast of New Mexico" is one nineteen tales of fantastic realities and everyday wonders collected in Orphans: The Best of Steven R. Boyett's Short Fiction.


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239k rates this title as Good
Dust off the Mark Twain -- 12/13/2004

The literary conceit at the heart of this story gives an interesting twist to a Butch and Sundance-style plot. If it prompts you to dust off the collected works of Mark Twain, well, that's a reward in itself.

Saoirse rates this title as Excellent
Old Friends are the Best -- 12/14/2004

How true is an old friend? How real is "real?" And what DID happen to Ambrose Bierce? These burning questions and more are answered here. It's got love, friendship, adventure, gunfights, and dead authors, and that's just the warmup. If you don't love this story you just might not have a heart.