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About the author:
John Cull was born on October 4th, 1925, in Ogdensburg, NY. John has lived in Syracuse, Lockport (with his aunt who raised him after the early deaths of his parents), Oakfield (until the death of his wife, Carol June Culver), and he now lives in Gasport, NY. John attended the University of Buffalo where he took classes to improve his writing. John has had other works published, such as Windweir (1971), Gnarled Roots & Stranger on the Dune (1998), A Strangeness in Oakfield (1998), and a three act play titled The Late Mark Jordan, A Three Act Comedy (1984).
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John Cull's creative finesse has gone into this offering of fiction. There are four short stories under this cover that will delight the imagination of any reader delighted to meet new characters and places. In many ways a reader is a lot like a traveler with a duffle full of clothes that must be washed and wrung out somewhere, and here in this book is an actual river nearby, a place to set up camp. Add John's hard work to your pile of books to read over the summer. You'll be glad you did. Click on the cover to order.