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All these stories are good but my two favorites are “A Bag for Life” and “And the Next Train is…” In a “Bag for Life” we find a touching portrayal of relationship and faithfulness that outlasts the limits of physical life. In “And the Next Train is…” the author gives us an unusual quirky take on the subject of ‘passing of the torch’ from one generation to the next. The exposition of hard-won wisdom in the form of an irrepressible enigmatic crone whose ‘chance’ encounter with a young man on the verge of entering full adulthood, turns him from his path into a wonderful new adventure.
At the end of this fine work, we are treated to a short Zig Batten story! This was wholly unexpected and delightful. For those who have not yet discovered Mr. Toolan’s irreverent, hardboiled Detective Inspector Batten I would urge you to immediately make his acquaintance in “A Killing Tree” You will thank me! Overall I gave this collection a rating of five stars and very well deserved.
When I finished reading, I feel quite nostalgic. Where have the years gone? So many memories had me a bit emotional, truthfully. If you enjoy short stories, this is a good book.
* I was provided an ARC to read from the publisher and NetGalley. It was my decision to read and review this book.