Snowflakes in a Clear Night Sky by Jamie Sutliff audiobook

Snowflakes in a Clear Night Sky

By Jamie Sutliff
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This short-story collection contains ten tales based on adiverse range of subjects, from true crime to historical fiction and fantasy.The title story, “Snowflakes in a Clear Night Sky,” is based on Native Americanfolklore. “A Dark Quiet Place” is based on a true-crime incident involving atroubled boy and gun violence. In “Adirondak Mountains 5000 BC,” based on early northeasternindigenous peoples, an archaeologist discovers cave drawings in the AdirondackMountains and tells the story she finds in a pictograph. “Amanda Paine and theYah-Ko” is another tale based on Native American folklore. In “VillageMurder,” based on true crime, a man murders his wife for insurance money.“Motorcycle Man” is a comedy based on a true incident of a motorcycle gangtraveling in the mountains. “Phyllis” is a dark comedy about a woman whodecides to kill her boyfriend because he will not marry her. “The Son ofAmaros” tells the story of a fallen angel and is based on the Books of Enoch,discovered in the Dead Sea Scrolls. “Virginia and Mouse” is the true story of awoman and her horse. Finally, “The Devil Wind” is based on a true incident thatoccurred during the Iraq War, when approximately $9 billion—in cash—wentmissing while under the care of Blackwater contractors. In 2012, $6 billion wasrecovered. This story is a fictionalized account of what could have happened tothe missing $3 billion. Jamie Sutliff has turned a number of his storiesinto award-winning screenplays, including TheDevil Wind, which won a Laurel Leaf for best screenplay at Hollywood’sIndependent Film Festival; Yah-Ko,which won the Silver Award at the International Independent Film Awards; and Antidote Man, a semifinalist at theHollywood Circus Road Film Festival.

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This short-story collection contains ten tales based on adiverse range of subjects, from true crime to historical fiction and fantasy.The title story, “Snowflakes in a Clear Night Sky,” is based on Native Americanfolklore. “A Dark Quiet Place” is based on a true-crime incident involving atroubled boy and gun violence. In “Adirondak Mountains 5000 BC,” based on early northeasternindigenous peoples, an archaeologist discovers cave drawings in the AdirondackMountains and tells the story she finds in a pictograph. “Amanda Paine and theYah-Ko” is another tale based on Native American folklore. In “VillageMurder,” based on true crime, a man murders his wife for insurance money.“Motorcycle Man” is a comedy based on a true incident of a motorcycle gangtraveling in the mountains. “Phyllis” is a dark comedy about a woman whodecides to kill her boyfriend because he will not marry her. “The Son ofAmaros” tells the story of a fallen angel and is based on the Books of Enoch,discovered in the Dead Sea Scrolls. “Virginia and Mouse” is the true story of awoman and her horse. Finally, “The Devil Wind” is based on a true incident thatoccurred during the Iraq War, when approximately $9 billion—in cash—wentmissing while under the care of Blackwater contractors. In 2012, $6 billion wasrecovered. This story is a fictionalized account of what could have happened tothe missing $3 billion.

Jamie Sutliff has turned a number of his storiesinto award-winning screenplays, including TheDevil Wind, which won a Laurel Leaf for best screenplay at Hollywood’sIndependent Film Festival; Yah-Ko,which won the Silver Award at the International Independent Film Awards; and Antidote Man, a semifinalist at theHollywood Circus Road Film Festival.

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Author Bio: Jamie Sutliff

Author Bio: Jamie Sutliff

Jamie Sutliff, a screenwriter, author, narrator, artist, and sculptor living in the Adirondack Mountains, specializes in life-sized wildlife sculpture for museums and private collections, including two museums of natural history. His work has appeared in over a dozen national magazines, including the Smithsonian. Since 1999 he has written eight novels, and in 2013 Blackstone Audio produced seven of his audiobooks. He has also completed seven screenplays, including the science fiction thriller Antidote Man; the fantasy/horror tale The Son of Amaros, which is based on the Dead Sea Scrolls’ Book of Enoch; the action/thriller The Devil Wind, based on true events; the animated feature The Land of the Nen-Us-Yok, based on Algonquian and Mohawk folklore; Yah-Ko, based on the Mohawk folklore of skin-walker demons; the dark comedy and action tale Broken Warriors; and the historical paranormal story The Ghost and the Gold Louis.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 11.83
Audience: Adult
Language: English