Rabbitry

Jeff Hayes

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Rabbitry, a pentalogy. Five fine short stories, upon two themes. The first three follow adventure deep in high Alpine mystique. The latter two stories trace relationships spanning life and tragic death.

The stories had been provoked from a picture series the author had encountered. Daydream backstories inspired from those backgrounds provided the words. Each picture makes a cameo appearance in their respective story.

 

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About the author

 Jeff Hayes has been working for many years as a Software Engineering Consultant- not to be confused with his evil-twin, of no relation. Now located in Switzerland as an employee with a financial firm, he has found several hours free in his daily commute. Daydreaming out the carriage window on the green Swiss countryside, the idea came to him to consider the train commute as renting a public space office. Balancing the distraction of the fellow passengers with life within office space cube walls, thus began Jeff's side work realizing his thoughts into words. Though many pets and a few horses have graced Jeff's life, he presently finds himself pet free, for the short term.

  Jeff enjoys talking with his readers for reflections words can bring. Their impressions can be fascinating and unexpected.

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Publisher
Jeff Hayes
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Published on
Jan 20, 2018
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Pages
247
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Occult & Supernatural
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
Fiction / Thrillers / General
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