A man wrestling with death, believes he has left no mark on the world, but the world around him views things differently. Two strangers arrive in a small town – one bringing evil, the other embracing the townsfolk. “Look Him In The Eye, Then Shoot to Kill (If You Can)” provides a compelling argument against hunting. When Gerry sees a rat … well, the fun explodes around him. John Ramsay was a real life native Canadian who singlehandedly rescued an ill-fated Icelandic settlement, but who was “rewarded” with a shared coffee from a coffee sock. Ever wear two different socks to an important meeting? Imagine the worst possible consequences … These, and other short stories revolve around the simple cup of coffee, in “Coffee, Black.” As a special bonus, the novella, “Disabilities” is included in Coffee, Black. Yes, it is a collection of short stories, but once you begin to read, you will be unable to put down the book until you have read all of them. And, there’s more. Link up with the author and be part of the “never-ending stories” club. Receive a new short story every month, for a minimum of 36 months. That’s three years of great coffee, black.