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About Walter Rhein
Walter Rhein was born in Wisconsin, but moved to Lima, Peru in his twenties. There, he supported himself by writing, teaching, translating and editing. He currently splits his time between Wisconsin and Peru.
He is currently a writer for Singletracks.com and his articles also frequently appear in Silent Sports and Cross Country Skiier Magazine. He was also a featured writer at the Chippewa Valley Book Festival and the Fox Cities Book Festival.
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“I warmly endorse the continuing efforts of Dan Woll and Walter Rhein for their latest novel, “Paperclip.” Unsettled, stirring. drama-laden—“Paperclip” is written with gusto, good humor and a knowledge of the panoply that is America, as the authors take their three gifted characters from youth to adulthood. How can you resist a book that opens with a guesser who is always right? “Paperclip” begs for a read, a sequel, and a movie.”
—Dave Wood, Former Books Editor, Minneapolis Star Tribune and Past Vice-President, National Book Critics Circle
What if your whole life was an experiment?
Prior to meeting Carlie, Mickey's biggest problem consisted of escaping the wrath of the ruler-wielding nuns of St. Asors. But when Carlie moved to town, Mickey found that the young girl's proximity began to enhance a dormant ability to catch fleeting glimpses of the future. Confused by the stirrings of young love, Mickey began to sense the presence of a shadowy villain, driven by hatred, on a relentless pursuit that would not end until both Mickey and Carlie were dead.
Dragons have been eating humans for centuries. Now heroes throughout history stalk their legendary foe. Learn how to hunt, kill, and eat the wild dragon. Never before has revenge tasted so good. A literary feast for the bloody-minded.
In Janet Morris' anthology on the art of dragon killing, seventeen writers bring you so close to dragons you can smell their fetid breath. Tales for the bold among you.
HEROIKA 1 -- DRAGON EATERS, an anthology of heroic fiction edited by Janet Morris, features original stories by Janet Morris and Chris Morris, S. E. Lindberg, Walter Rhein, Cas Peace, Jack William Finley, A.L. Butcher, Travis Ludvigson, Tom Barczak, J. P. Wilder, Joe Bonadonna, Milton Davis, M Harold Page, William Hiles, Beth W.Patterson, Bruce Durham, and Mark Finn.
The Reader of Acheron bid them travel: Quillion the scholar, Cole the swordsman, and Kikkan the once-enslaved. In Edentown, he promised, they would find a keeper of the sacred knowledge . . .
Though Kikkan remained resolute in the guidance of his mentor, Quillion could not escape the grip of encroaching doubt. Was it a fool's errand? Would their quest bring them to a champion? Or could they expect nothing more than a living husk, crushed by the burdens of unjust expectation, scurrying in the alleys, having risen to no higher station than that of a Literate Thief?
Elements by Jo-Anne Russell
Lewis and the Brain Tumor by Ken MacGregor
The Promise of Ale by Walter Rhein
The Redness at the Edge of the Sore by Roy C. Booth & Axel Kohagen
Blue Kansas Sky by Randy Attwood
Seeing the Future by Rose Blackthorn
A Simple Device by Jack Campbell Jr.
American Death by Joseph J. Patchen
Changeover by Rose Strickman
And He Bought a Crooked Cat by Fraser Sherman
Eli’s Coming by David Perlmutter
Glass Beads by Emily Martha Sorensen
The Skin Crawler by Glen Damien Campbell
Hellfire by D. L. Turpin
In the Shadow of Xerxes Canal by Constance A. Brewer
Labyrinth of the Undead by Carl Thomas Fox
New York’s All Right (If You Like Saxophones) by Marie Michaels
She Is My Nicotine by Z. S. Roe
Saving the Flock by Stuart Conover
Homecoming by Benjamin Sperduto
The Blind Watchman by Paul Williams
The Cleaners by Amanda Northrup Mays
The Crystal Blue Feather by Judi Calhoun
The Pimple on Silverman’s Ass by Ken Goldman
The Vines by Thomas Van Boening
Three Prom Dresses by Priya Sridhar
Threefold by Adam Zaleski
To The Winners Go The Spoils by Tim McDaniel
Two Shades of White by Franklin Charles Murdock
A Warrior’s Second Chance by Ramsey “Tome Wyrm” Lundock
With the Wind by Kevin Bannigan Jr
Your Old Life the Dream by T. Fox Dunham
Zyka’s Last Escape by Gwen Veazey
The Christmas Shepherd by Andrew M. Seddon
Life, Death and Resurrect by Naching T. Kassa
Pursued by the vicious Father Ivory and his Nightshades, Malik and his charges become the center of a grassroots movement that quickly blossoms into a full-fledged revolution. Their problems are compounded when news of their exploits draws the attention of Malik’s former Captain, a swordsman of legendary prowess who will not stop until Malik and his followers are dead.
As the final battle approaches, Malik must face both his inner demons and his former master in a duel that will determine the fate of the free people of Miscony.