Tales of Fear and Wonder An eclectic collection of spine-tingling, gut-churning, irreverent, dark, fantastical, and sometimes downright hilarious short stories by the Edgar-nominated author of DUST and THE HUNCHBACK ASSIGNMENTS. Slade's writing style has shades of Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, William Gibson, and Ry Cooder. And he has an eye for odd details and macabre situations that is all his own. Stories include: Stubb - a boy named Stubb will prove he's a werewolf one way or another. Virtual Dragon - in the future Kung Fu movies will rule the box office and wars will be fought over the proceeds. Jesus Busts A Bronc - a special appearance by Jesus at a small town rodeo. A miracle? And what is Judas doing there? Bubbles: The Diary of Terrance Winslow - some neighbors are much, much worse than others. Snow White and the Seven Elves - how to win the kingdom and look good while doing it. Garbage Day - One never knows what's really in the garbage. Sixteen startling stories in all. About the Author: Arthur Slade was raised on a cattle ranch in the Cypress Hills of southwest Saskatchewan and he caught the writing bug at an early age. He started with poems, moved on to short stories, then graduated to novels, writing in the style of his favourite authors: King, Bradbury, and Heinlein. He is the author of seventeen bestselling books, including the "Northern Frights" series, "Jolted," and "The Hunchback Assignments." He currently lives in Saskatoon, Canada. Visit him on the web at http://www.arthurslade.com.