Cutter's Fall

Young Ben and his mother escape from the city to a small mountain town in the middle of the night without any belongings, and little money. His interest in all things mechanical leads him to form a unique relationship with the local train engineer and the old steam locomotive as well. All three find themselves in a life and death adventure. Some survive it, some don't. More

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Words: 11,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9780986379109
About M.L. Sanford

Author of stories and tales to make you smile, cry, ponder and laugh, and maybe check behind the door!
M. L. Sanford is a freelance writer and author, living in Decatur, Georgia for the past thirty years. He loves all fiction genres (well, almost all) but is particularly fond of mystery, suspense and thrillers, with an occasional dose of romance weaved in for that extra spice that benefits all good tales. At the culmination of a thirty-four year career as an Architect, Mark wanted a change. Since then, Mark has put his heart and soul into a writing career, creating stories that enlighten, delight and even fright.
All of his novels contain some level of mystery or suspense, sometimes dark, and sometimes set at places around the world. His writing style has hints of, and similarities to, H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allen Poe.
“I suppose my architectural background has something to do with that. My sense of scene details and spatial awareness, a skill needed in architecture, seems to come out in my writing. I hope it adds another layer to the reader’s experience and enjoyment of my stories."
The mystery and suspense are not limited to novels either. Mark’s unique writing style is expressed in his short stories, possible more so, the shorts offering a less controlled and rigid environment. Some have even called them unconventional and experimental. But all his stories are equally intriguing and thought provoking. You decide.

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