Trains to Nowhere and Other Stories of World War II

by R. David Fulcher


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Softcover
£9.25
Softcover
£9.25

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/5/2001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9780759623590

About the Book

Trains to Nowhere is the story of a modern man who searches to uncover his connection to the Holocaust after experiencing waking dreams and nightmares of the fictional Senbruch concentration camp. Also featured in this volume are two short stories set against the chaotic backdrop of World War II. "Barbarossa Diary" is the story of a young man going off to fight on the Eastern Front and "Haarth the Hunter" depicts the struggle between an American recon squadron and a Nazi biological super-weapon.


About the Author

R. David Fulcher is a twenty-nine year old author of poetry, science fiction, fantasy, and horror fiction. His work has appeared in numerous small press publications, including: Heliocentric Net, Gateways, Shadowfeast, The Reaper, Frightnet, Silken Ropes, Twilight Showcase, The Martian Wave, Burning Sky, The Fiction Network, Shadowlands, Lovecraft's Mystery Magazine, Weird Times, Just Write, Writer's Open Forum, The Barrelhouse, Tales from the Grave, Audiozine, and Vampires Anonymous. In addition, he is the editor of the small press magazine Samsara.

R. David Fulcher resides in Ashburn, Virginia.