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A Patchwork of Yarns

Piers Platt

Publisher: Piers Platt

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A conscientious objector volunteers to go to Vietnam. A weary assassin seeks his final target on a desolate planet. The protagonist in a story rebels against his mediocre writer. A Patchwork of Yarns is a short story anthology that includes ten original stories, from the nostalgic to the adrenaline-pumping, the bittersweet to the absurdly hilarious.

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