Book List in Order:17 titles

  • To Chamberlain College in the small Maine town of Garfield comes Harry Callahan, a Maine-born aging and dyspeptic poet, to receive an honorary degree. He gets the degree all right, but in the process manages to disrupt his home town, his friends of l...


  • Fifteen short stories about archetypal Maine natives and out-of-staters who have chosen to live in Maine. The stories included in this collection:The Smell of SpringThe RockThe Glow of CopperUncle Cub at the Paradise FairThe Best in the WorldDetourLo...


  • The year is 1928, and the Philadelphia Athletics are on the verge of supplanting the New York Yankees as the greatest baseball team the sport has ever known. How much easier their job would be if something catastrophic should befall the Yank's star p...


  • The Christmas Star is Christopher Fahy's heartwarming holiday story about a man in a unique position to discover what life is truly about. Wealthy developer Russell Dodge is rescued from an accident by a family that doesn't have much, but indeed has ...


  • Henry Island is in big trouble. After slaving away for a dozen years to earn his Ph.D. in urban legendry, he can't find work in his field. Pursued by goons from The Company N.A. who are trying to get him to pay off his student loan, the practically p...


  • Stephen King says Christopher Fahy ".. is a wonderful writer" and Matinee at the Flame will show you why. Twenty-One stories have been collected here, over half of them appearing for the first time. The previously published stories are being collecte...


  • "I thought that Chris Fahy's novel Fever 42 was both wildly funny and surprisingly sad. The combination made me think of the early J.D. Salinger period. ... I think it will attract a lot of attention. Chris is a wonderful writer." - Stephen King. Ted...



  • At once low-key and bizarre, these stories mingle satire and sympathy; their dialogue is not always what it seems on the printed page; their setting are simultaneously fantastic and all too actual. Their shock goes beyond recognition to linger in the...






  • JONATHAN IS IN HIS ROOM. BUT HE’S NOT IN HIS BODY. Jonathan Petrie can leave his body and fly. Best of all, nobody knows it -- yet. Not his alcoholic ailing mother, nor his uncaring father. Not the teacher who senses that he’s changing, nor th...



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    From the pens of today's most prolific, popular, and feline-fancying mystery writers comes CAT CRIMES 2, a chilling collection of original stories that will leave cat- and mystery-lovers purring for more. Inside you'll encounter the Bogart drawl of P...


  • It begins with a bad headache, a sore throat, and a terrible thirst. Then comes a state of frenzy. Victims attack others, tearing at their flesh with bared teeth. Finally, within a few days, an agonizing death. Rabies expert Dr. Martin Farrow reco...


  • Twenty-eight-year-old Alan Swan knows he’s fine, it’s the rest of the world that is warped -- deceitful and false. As soon as he’s released from the mental hospital, he starts to partially set things right by abducting the woman of his feverish...


  • Fahy ( Greengroundtown , etc. ) is the winner of the 1987 Maine Arts Commission Fiction Competition, judged by Mary McCarthy. Though rough-hewn and underdeveloped, his stories convey distinctive characters and a Maine milieu (the area is actually the...


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    Once she was gone I went back to Shrimp’s room to clean up. I was leaving, arms full, when a glint caught my eye. It was under the radiator. A bottle, a long thin vial. The vial my father had used, that had held the McGrow! And there on the lip of ...