THE ULTIMATE PRICE AND SHORT STORIES

by Robert L. Bader


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Softcover
£16.95
Softcover
£16.95

Book Details

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Publication Date : 10/7/2006

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 177
ISBN : 9781425720780

About the Book

Since life to me is not a straight road but ups and downs and in and outs, so my stories are a variety of these swaggering roads of fiction and fabrication. Some of my stories are serious at times, others humorous at times, (my kind of humor, not a sidesplitting laughing humor but a subtle inward chuckle). The main story begins in the early 1900’s. John Addison works in a Pennsylvania coal mine. He wishes to get away from this deadly environment. So he and his wife Sarah and daughter Emma leave to look for something better in life. They temporarily find it with the help of new friends. Their love for one another and maintaining their sense of humor helps them through the vast difficulties that encompass’s them. A recession, World War 1 and the influenza epidemic enter into their lives. Emma then meets wonderful witty Walter Mundane; they fall in love, and then get married. He acquires a farm and that changes their lives. A son Steve is born to them, and as Steve finishes high school he meets the love of his life Alice, who has her own hardships and he convinces her to live at the farm with him and his mother Emma. The Korean War erupts and he is drafted and sent over there. He and a buddy are captured by the North Koreans, his perilous time in their prison camp and then his escape. Steve returns home to marry Alice. They have a son Danny, and Danny’s association with Joseph, Mary, and Christine Carpenter, and the malice Judith and her twin brother’s Jack and Kane, surely becomes one of the main and final links of this bizarre story.

A Light and Entertaining Collection for Your Reading Pleasure
Author Robert L. Bader shares a variety of stories brimming with humor and satire

Hillsdale, NJ – (Release Date TBD) – Life for author Robert L. Bader is not a straight road but ups and downs and in and outs. He brings you a collection of stories, which are at times serious, and at times touched with a subtle humor that will make you chuckle in his book, The Ultimate Price and Short Stories.

The Ultimate Price and Short Stories is a compilation of twenty-two stories and two poems which cover a variety of themes. These stories are filled with satire, humor, tragedy and foolishness. They cover a variety of topics like relationships, romance, revenge, emotions and sometimes nonsense things that will make you laugh. This entertaining collection will provide you with light reading before you go to bed and may even inspire you to write your own stories. Grab a copy now and prepare to be entertained!

About the Author
Robert L. Bader was born in Queens, New York, when his parents moved to Brooklyn. He met the love of his life right before he graduated High School. They were married when the author was nineteen years old. he became an artist apprentice for television, previous to his marriage. The variety of shows from musical, dramatic, comedy, quiz and news programs in the early years of live television were the most exciting and best. In every capacity everyone learned together to make it a good show. It was hard work and long hours but a terrific career. Bader moved to New Jersey with his wife and their three children, where they had two more there. They live on a beautiful brook and the hard work landscaping has made it all worthwhile. The author usually gets up about two or three in the morning and write. The quiet of those hours with no phones or door bells ringing and noisy chatter are important to him. Painting in oils which Bader does during the daylight hours and writing the short stories at night gives him great satisfaction in fulfilling his life.


About the Author

I was born in Queens, New York, my parents moved to Brooklyn. I met the love of my life right before I graduated High School. We were married when I was 19 years old. I became an artist apprentice for television, previous to our marriage. The variety of shows from musical, dramatic, comedy, quiz and news programs in the early years of live television were the most exciting and best. In every capacity everyone learned together to make it a good show. It was hard work and long hours but a terrific career. I moved to New Jersey with my wife and our three children, we had two more there. We live on a beautiful brook and the hard work landscaping has made it all worthwhile. I usually get up about two or three in the morning and write. The quiet of those hours with no phones or door bells ringing and noisy chatter are important to me. Painting in oils which I do during the daylight hours and writing the short stories at night gives me great satisfaction in fulfilling my life.