A View from the Borderline is a collection of short stories by Charles Souby that runs the gamut from dark and gritty satire to sweet and serious love stories. They include a man plotting to poison a park full of pigeons to frame a bothersome old lady; a high school delinquent who falls for a dispossessed girl about to be shipped off to an asylum and an LA police detective who encounters a rave promoters’ diabolical plot to abduct young mindless teenagers for unthinkable purposes. Stories in this collection have appeared in the Saturday Evening Post Online, E-Fiction Magazine and the Opening Line.
A View From The Borderline by Charles Souby
Colorful illustrated paperback covers with black spine. Light edge wear and corner bumps. Light pen markings within. Tight pages and binding. Published by Author in 2020. First Edition. Measures 8.5 x 5.5 with 222 pages. VG – Short Stories / Fiction