A very special jukebox in the abandoned saloon of a dusty deserted town plays much more than mere tunes for two weary wanderers . . . A travelling carnival in a post-apocalyptic world comes across the Earth's very last vampire . . . A chair fashioned out of the wood from the original cross provides a comfort of sorts down the ages . . . A lonely girl dreams of freedom, whatever the cost . . . A one-time orphan embarks on a bizarre bus-journey with his newfound parents . . . Two old men tamper with the dark arts and open a gateway that threatens the destruction of the world . . . A grieving widower goes to great lengths to bring his wife back from the dead only to find that she's brought someone else with her . . . And a man uses a roll of magical tape to halt time and save his wife's life, unaware that there are things in this stopped-clock dimension that take a dim view of visitors . . . Twelve more stories from the fertile mind of Peter Crowther, award-winning author of The Longest Single Note, Songs of Leaving, Lonesome Roads and the Forever Twilight SF/horror sequence.
Used availability for Peter Crowther's The Spaces between the Lines
March 2007 : USA Hardback