The Triptych Series No. 1

The Triptych Series No The Triptych Series a collection of short stories dubbed Hum hor is a combination of humor and horror the macabre and the unexpected Each volume will include three stories as in Triptych art I ll

  • Title: The Triptych Series No. 1
  • Author: Mark Giglio
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Triptych Series, a collection of short stories dubbed Hum hor , is a combination of humor and horror, the macabre, and the unexpected Each volume will include three stories as in Triptych art I ll be exploring the darker side of human nature a la The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock, and American Horror Story by putting my characters, some likable and others not so,The Triptych Series, a collection of short stories dubbed Hum hor , is a combination of humor and horror, the macabre, and the unexpected Each volume will include three stories as in Triptych art I ll be exploring the darker side of human nature a la The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock, and American Horror Story by putting my characters, some likable and others not so, through their paces In the first installment, Old Nick, we meet frustrated Franco, his duplicitous wife Carol Ann and the attractive stranger Nick, whose agenda is certainly his own The next story A Glimpse of Eternity is set in a cozy cabin where two couples, each from different times and circumstances are able to live their most precious moments for eternity Robbie s APP allows a look into the lives of Giles and Virginia Thurston They are rich enough to satisfy their every appetite until Virginia lets her birthday gift, Robbie s APP, get out of control Be ready for a delicious ending.

    One thought on “The Triptych Series No. 1”

    1. These stories read like urban legends, well told with characters who we know. Some of them we like and others we despise, but that's what creates the humor and horror of love gone wrong, out-of-control vanity and endless nostalgia.

    2. Loved these short stories. I’ve been waiting for something like this to come along. Finally a literary treatment of my favorite genres. I liked the underlying humor and irony in “Old Nick.” The author kept me in suspense even though I just knew Old Nick would come out the winner. Poor Carol Ann and poor Franco, but they both got what the deserved. The next story “A Glimpse of Eternity” was really different and very beautifully written, especially the author’s descriptions in the begi [...]

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