The River Ghost Gang

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A man's story as he enters a new town south of Lake Erie.
A ghost story of a different kind !
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About Marc Ironwood

Marc Ironwood has been writing solo and
collaborative poems and short fictional stories
since 1978.In 2002 Marc joined forces with his
wife Krissy Deanne to form the writing duo
known as "Krissy N Marc".
Marc has been known for his obscure writings
and for his unusual theatrical front project
In March of 2008 Marc did his most shocking
event when shaved his head, and the photos
of his bald head appeared on his website and
his solo project entitled "Alien".

In January 2014 Krissy N Marc experienced a
fire at the home and office, fortunately no one
was hurt. The pieces were replaced in a new
location and business carried on as normal.

Marc annouced mid June 2015 that he has
officially retired from writing ebooks and projects.
Marc stated that the reason was due to his
personal life, although he added that he was
pleased with the decision and thanked God for
allowing him to write for 37 years !

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Review by: I M Vayne on Sep. 22, 2013 :
The cover art is excellent. The title is intriguing. Unfortunately from that point on it goes rapidly downhill. It's like trying to roll a snowball after a a lake effect snowfall begins melting. At first it is nice white snow, then it begins to pick up leaves, twigs, grass and eventually dirt before it falls apart under its own weight.

Besides the poor construction of sentences the story is riddled with missing words, and both grammatical, and punctuation errors making me wonder if it wasn't a first draft that was inadvertently published.

I don't want to discourage the author from writing stories because I really enjoy reading Christian fiction, but.... "There was a town that I will not name that is on that route." or "On the way out of the café I passed by a store that sold perfume, and odd things plus postcards." or "Now my problem was I was suppose to be in Kenton by the next afternoon." or "After I had dinner and over stayed my welcome, I felt, I headed for the river bank."
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