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Nine New Novellas, Part III

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Book Description

Nine New Novellas, Part III is author Jay Dubya's seventh story collection written in the spirit of Pieces of Eight, Pieces of Eight, Part II, Pieces of Eight, Part III, Pieces of Eight, Part IV, Nine New Novellas, and Nine New Novellas, Part II bringing the writer's novella total up to fifty-nine.

"The Zodiac Wheel" is a unique tale that mixes suspense with a well conceived revenge plot, "The Curator" is a sci-fi time travel adventure with a clever surprise ending and "Music Psyche" describes dramatic conflict in a death-sentenced prisoner's subconscious mind's musical preferences surfacing from his distant past. "76 Years" is a science fiction offering that provides a rational explanation for man's petty place in the galaxy, "Palm Sunday" describes how two business partners' fortunes told by a palm reader come true, and "Gratefulness" depicts and explains how a WW II veteran generously returns a favor fifty years later. Finally, "The Department of Water" is a chilling futuristic view of what remains of the United States of America in 2105 AD, "The Oracle" tells how a man neutralizes and lifts a terrible five-generation curse on his family, and "Everything's Relative" is an imaginative tale about two astronauts discovering three strange new world's in the Constellation Orion.

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