From the Publisher
"In these sixteen stories, celebrated storyteller Mary W. Walters reveals the bizarre workings of seemingly normal minds. Walters enlivens the commonplace, finds joy in the intimate details of the surface, and then takes her readers into the infinitely varied landscape of the mind with humour, clarity and purpose."
"When he finally looked at her again, she was smiling, swinging one foot in the water, her eyes looking far off in the corner where the dead man was." (from the title story, "Cool") Cool showcases the short fiction of Mary W. Walters, author of The Woman Upstairs and Bitters, in a collection of sixteen stories which look into the lives of ordinary people in extraordinary ways.
Limited copies of this collection are available directly from the author. [[LEARN MORE]]