Tension and fear grip three young friends when they are challenged to do the unthinkable - to scale the North Slope of the haunted quarry.
Baltimore is in the crosshairs as the deadly gangs join together to take over the city. You are going to have to think fast, and move quickly, in this fast-paced, action/thriller, that doesn't let up until the very end.
In his first poetry anthology, Richard A. Marschall delves into the realm of human emotions, sentiments, and interactions, in flowing meter and rhyme - from the mystical rhymes of "Cobalt Blue" and the haunting story told in "An Old Man's Elegy", to the sobering thoughts of the pentameter of "Neighborly Ways", and then later, to the questions in his free verse, of was it the lizard's fault, that he did nothing when the big machines came to demolish his lands and his home.
How, could a young girl, confronted with an incomprehensible, debilitating, disease, surmount the odds of her doctors' ignorance and ambivalence, and her parent's frustration and uncertainty? She would have to use all her cunning and wits to battle the insidious monster, and demon growing inside her.
The first of the Christmas Poetry Anthology Trilogy series explores the real meaning of the Christmas Holiday, and what Christmas is all about. A delightful collection of lighthearted Christmas verse addresses the ageless question of whether or not, Christians still accord the proper significance to the real meaning of Christmas.