By Pati Nagle
From the darkish depths of the prior to the brilliant hopes of the long run, Pati Nagle's tales variety around the palette of human emotion. Named for her Theodore Sturgeon Award Finalist tale, Coyote Ugly, this quantity contains myth, technology fiction, historic fiction, romance, secret, and some surprises. The rhythms, shades, and flavors of recent Mexico increase the various tales. Curl up with this assortment and your favourite scorching cuppa, and get ready to flee the ordinary.
• Mother Ditch
• Rescue Work
• The Cygnius sedonai Caper
• Recipe: New Mexican Cocoa
• Coyote Ugly
• On Swan’s Wings
• The Courtship of Captain Swenk
• Creed of the Ælven
• First Love
• Recipe: eco-friendly Chile Roll-ups
• Dawn’s Early Light
• Kind Hunter
• Rocket Boy on Call
• Recipe: Cheater’s poultry Chile Soup
• Arroyo de Oro
• The Folsom Suit
• The Cornfield
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