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Jul 222013
 

The Gallery

The Gallery

Martin Rollins and Siobhan O’Conner find it easy to fall in love, especially since they’re both artists. He’s a musician, she’s a painter, and the partial amnesia she experiences from an accident doesn’t prevent her from creating beautiful, valuable art. But a mysterious man appears and insists that she not sell her art-and he’s willing to resort to any means possible to stop her…

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    How DOES One Kill A Ghost?, August 1, 2011
    By 
    Steve D. Poling “Steve Poling” (grand rapids, mi United States) –
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    This review is from: The Gallery (Kindle Edition)

    David Landrum writes ghost stories well. His prose is precise as he captures the mood of coffe shops and art galleries as well as conversations between like-minded professionals, artists and new lovers.

    In this story a performing musician, meets a girl–an artist like himself and he enters a relationship with her. The story’s conflict derives from “an ugly, wiry man with a long chin and nose, thinning hair, and old-fashioned threadbare clothes.” This man is no longer mortal and he has afflicted her family for several generations. He derives derives his continued undead existence in a sort of parasitic fashion from a private gallery of “haunted paintings.” And he’ll destroy anyone who gets in his way.

    In a life or death contest between living and undead, how does one kill a ghost? I prefer guns, lots of guns, but Landrum finds something mightier than a sword.

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