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The Recluse Storyteller by [Sasse, Mark W]
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The twins, beckoned by an ominous streak of light across the sky, climb Harper's Hill to encounter an apparition of their missing father.

The reverend stands on a muddy ridge, the barrel of a rifle in his neck, looking down on a Vietnamese village, scarred by war and regret.

The brash terrorist, Red Hat, desperately tries to walk away from life unscathed and unattached.

The stories haunt Margaret every waking moment, but they are anything but random. A fractured view Michael Cheevers' red hat through a discreetly cracked door sends her off on adventure. A glimpse of the Johnson twins from apartment 2D transports her mind to the lonely hill on a Midwestern prairie in 1887. The regular letters from Reverend Davies bring her to the brink of exhaustion as she stares intensely into the heart of war, deep in the jungle of Vietnam.

Margaret is not insane, at least not in a clinical sense. She's like a midnight raccoon, painfully aware of her surroundings, gleaning crumbs of information at every turn. Her eyes peer incessantly in the night, stealing glances of the neighbors through partially opened doors.

But the tales she weaves were not meant to merely hold empty court to the receptive dead air of her apartment. Her stories were meant to embolden the lives of the inhabitants of that drab apartment block because her story is also their story--and everything would be different if they could only hear the prophetic words of the rambling recluse.

The Recluse Storyteller weaves five stories into one as the loner, Margaret, not only searches for meaning from her reclusive life, but also gives meaning in the most unexpected ways to the troubled souls of her apartment complex. Part adventure, part tragedy, and part discovery, The Recluse Storyteller bridges genres, bringing hope, life, and redemption to the broken relationships of modern society.

About the Author

Mark W Sasse was born in Western Pennsylvania, but has spent nearly two decades living, teaching, and writing overseas in Vietnam and Malaysia. He has advanced degrees in Humanities and English. Besides writing, he loves cooking for his family, traveling to interesting places, and watching his beloved Pittsburgh Pirates. His first novel, "Beauty Rising," was released in December 2012. Sasse has produced a variety of dramatic works such as "Grandparents' War," "Life with Stewart," "Spy Blue," "Take Two" & "Romans on the Couch." His works are known for unique and unpredictable plot-lines, strong characters, and thought-provoking dialogue. He also writes and directs for the drama troupe The RLT Players. Complete List of Works 2014 Novel: "The Reach of the Banyan Tree" 2013 Novel: "The Recluse Storyteller" 2013 Play: "Grandparents' War"-(Kindle/Paperback) 2012 Novel: "Beauty Rising" - (Kindle/Paperback) 2012 Play: "Life with Stewart" - (Paperback) 2011 Play: "Romans on the Couch" - (Paperback) 2011 Novella: "Spy Blue" - (Kindle/Paperback) 2011 Play: "Spy Blue: A Drama in Two Acts" - (Paperback) 2010 Musical Play: "Take Two" - (Paperback) 2008 Musical Play: "A Tad of Trouble - (unpublished)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4291 KB
  • Print Length: 231 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Mark W Sasse (6 October 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FOBQ464
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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