On Route 66: Twelve stories

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Mushroom Publishing, Aug 6, 2015 - Fiction

On Route 66 is a series of short stories about that great and wonderful era when the open road brought something new, exciting, and magical around every corner and bend.

On Route 66 is dedicated to the legendary road. It’s a book about people. People on the move.  In a series of twelve short stories, Daniel Wyatt evokes that great and wonderful era in the good ol’ US of A, when the open road brought something new, exciting, and magical around every corner and bend. We all want to know what’s on the other side of the hill.

 

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Contents

PROLOGUE
JUST A HUNCH
MAN IN BLACK
THE HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTESS
STRANGE BEDFELLOWS
THE ALLSTARS
THE BLIZZARD
AN EVENING TO REMEMBER
THE PHANTOM
GOING BROKE
ONE GIANT STEP
ACHTUNG THUNDERBOLT
EPILOGUE
Acknowledgements
Daniel Wyatt
Books by Daniel Wyatt

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About the author (2015)

 Historical fiction author Daniel Wyatt is Canadian, born and raised on the prairies of Saskatchewan. He now resides with his wife in Burlington, Ontario, thirty miles outside Toronto.

His first published work was a set of first-person stories from World War II allied air force veterans called Two Wings and a Prayer by Boston Mills Press, Erin, Ontario, Canada in 1984. This was followed up in 1986 by Maximum Effort with the same publisher. In 1990, Wyatt made the switch to historical fiction with The Last Flight of the Arrow, a techno-thriller set during the Cold War years of the late 1950's. The Mary Jane Mission came out two years later. Wyatt's other published works include aviation magazine articles in Canada and the United States.

A big baseball fan, Wyatt enjoys collecting Detroit Tigers memorabilia.

Daniel Wyatt currently writes a twice-monthly blog entitled High on History and for an online baseball museum based in California, USA.