In Pocomoke Rules and Other Stories, you will find:
“Pocomoke Rules” - combine deceit, arrogance, infidelity, and revenge with the penchant of some Native American tribes to stake enemies smeared with honey to ant hills and you have the haunting story “Pocomoke Rules.”
“Silent Sam” - the sadness of a Confederate statue and the impact of WLAC AM radio out of Nashville teach young delinquents who are wiser than their years something about segregation in the early nineteen fifties.
“Mites” - a cloistered monk tries to remain faithful while resisting the pull of the tree of knowledge.
“Kissback” - if you’ve ever held a pool cue, you will love this story.