James Musgrave was in a Bram Stoker Finalist anthology with the story "Mulo." His most
recent publication, "Jasmine," is in the anthology "Draw Down the Moon" published by
Propertius Press. His adult short fiction anthology "Valley of the Dogs, Dark Stories,"
won the Silver Medal at the 2021 Reader's Favorite international contest. He also won the
Blue Ribbon for First Prize, Best Historical Mystery Novel, "Forevermore," in the
Chanticleer International Contest for fiction.
Castaways of Mar-a-Lago
"In a universe suddenly divested of illusions and lights, man feels an alien, a stranger. His exile is without remedy since he is deprived of the memory of a lost home or the hope of a promised land. This divorce between man and his life, the actor and his setting, is properly the feeling of absurdity."--Albert Camus
This is the plight of fledgling reporter Nick Holcomb as he visits Mar-a-Lago
Staff of club slowly leaves for no reason. Pigs and a horse kept in salon.
Dialogue of backbiting during dinner.
Louise Linton plays piano and keeps a Tutsi shrunken head in her purse. Guests decide to leave, but waiter brings in coffee and everybody stays and ultimately bed down for the night.
Nobody can leave the Living Room. After days, all the food has been eaten, no water. Trump and Melania are blamed along with Bannon.
Men break into wall plumbing to get water.
Nobody from outside can enter. Kellyanne's four children come to Mar-a-Lago with Mexican maid. The youngest boy can't go inside the club.
The pigs wander back into the living room. They all kill the pigs and break-up the furniture, start a fire in the living room, and roast the pigs to eat.
Steve Bannon finds stash of drugs.
Kellyanne sees that everybody is where they were on the first night. Kellyanne tells Louise Linton to play the piano. They all act the way they did on the first night and, this time, they can all go home.
Mike and Karen Pence and Rick and Anita Perry tell everyone they should go to church to give thanks for this "miracle of the Lord." The West Palm Beach Episcopal Church-by-the-Sea is chosen. After services, nobody can leave the church. Rioters outside are suppressed by the military.
Narrator: Nick Holcomb, Rookie News Reporter for Fox News/National Enquirer.
No. words: 9500 We do not recommend this book for readers under 18 years of age
Style: Humour, Paranormal, Mysticism and Divination
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB PDF
Product type: EBook
Published: 11 / 2022
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