How We Play the Game in Salt Lake and Other Stories

By M. Shayne Bell (Electronic Book, 2001)
Over the past decade, M. Shayne Bell has published a body of short fiction that ranges from ghostly fantasy to the cold steel of hard science. This collection pulls together seventeen of Bell's best stories, including:

Hugo Award Finalist "Mrs. Lincoln's China, " in which an old woman tries to save pieces of presidential china during a riot in Washington, D.C."Lock Down, " about Marion Anderson's one concert in Salt Lake City, and what happened and what could have happened."The Thing about Benny, " in which an ABBA devotee searches cubicles in office buildings for plants extinct in the wild -- finding cures to disease in the process."How We Play the Game in Salt Lake, " about a man dying of AIDS who finds magic -- and a way to help people who need help -- even at the end of life."Balance Due, " in which a man is cryogenically preserved -- and brought back 400 years in the future where a lot has changed, but where he has reason to search for his friends and family, and especially for his wife.There are stories of love here -- and of high adventure, loss, and danger unanticipated.

Through these stories, fight for Bangkok a thousan

Over the past decade, M. Shayne Bell has published a body of short fiction that ranges from ghostly fantasy to the cold steel of hard science. This collection pulls together seventeen of Bell's best stories, including:

Hugo Award Finalist "Mrs. Lincoln's China, " in which an old woman tries to save pieces of presidential china during a riot in Washington, D.C."Lock Down, " about Marion Anderson's one concert in Salt Lake City, and what happened and what could have happened."The Thing about Benny, " in which an ABBA devotee searches cubicles in office buildings for plants extinct in the wild -- finding cures to disease in the process."How We Play the Game in Salt Lake, " about a man dying of AIDS who finds magic -- and a way to help people who need help -- even at the end of life."Balance Due, " in which a man is cryogenically preserved -- and brought back 400 years in the future where a lot has changed, but where he has reason to search for his friends and family, and especially for his wife.There are stories of love here -- and of high adventure, loss, and danger unanticipated.

Through these stories, fight for Bangkok a thousan

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  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Price: $11.99 US/$11.99 CAN
  • ISBN-13: 9780759544239
  • On Sale Date: 05/15/2001
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