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“David Kubicek deals with the most profound of emotions, betrayal in a small community, and does so wonderfully.” - Lincoln Journal Star,1988, reviewing “Ball of Fire.”

"Ball of Fire:" Jill Tanner’s UFO sighting makes her a laughingstock in this small farming community—until everyone starts having close encounters of the weird kind.

"What’s Wrong with Being A Nurse?:" Many children want to be police officers, firefighters, doctors, or nurses when they grow up. Why does Chris’s seven-year-old daughter Suzy want to be a human sacrifice?

"A Friend of the Family:" In a desolate future where doctors have been replaced by Healers who practice primitive treatments like bleeding, one medical man risks his freedom to help a member of a Healer’s family.

"The Moaning Rocks:" Is the old legend about death coming to town just a story? George Winterholm is about to find out.

. . . and 10 other tales ranging from the commonplace to the bizarre. Following each story is the author’s commentary on how it came to be written.

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