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A riveting collection of five short stories from critically acclaimed and Emmy Award winning author Jack Norton. Slow burning supernatural thrillers…tales influenced by the golden age of pulp fiction…gritty noir with a dark comedic edge. Nothing Lasts Forever is the latest collection of shorts from a master storyteller.

Stories in this collection are:

1. The Man Who Never Lived…Until He Died

Tom rolled over. Kissed his sleeping wife on her forehead. Rolled back around. Opened the drawer of his bedside table. Pulled out his pistol. Opened his mouth. Pulled the trigger…

2. Living And Dying At Perky’s Cafe, or: Feigning Love

He remembers the loving, the fighting, the grass, the writing, the knocking, but after that…he remembers nothing. Just a big, ol’ glorious blank space in his brain where thoughts outta be. Everyone wants to see the train wreck, but nobody wants to be the engineer…

3. The Girl The Heart The Killer

Her name is Emily. She just turned ten years old. Her mother is Karen…It’s a very risky procedure. A 50/50 chance of survival…His name is Mike. Killing isn’t really his fault: it is The Hunger that makes him do it…

4. Swami Lars

Leah Lane didn’t need to dig too deep. The truth, as it turns out, was all around here. She just needed to open her eyes to it. If you have no real dogma, any dogma will do…

5. And Then I See A Darkness

Theodore Turner simply floated and flickered through his days: life becoming just a series of never-ending strange feelings, constantly plagued by The Darkness and his wife Annabelle. Late one night a strange woman named Sadie Green arrives at Theodore’s door – and she stands to change everything…
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Kiss The Boys And Make Them Die


The Agony Of The Working Man


Rednecks And Longnecks


Room To Bop


And Then I See A Darkness




The Girl The Heart The Killer


Swami Lars


Kill You Under The Mistletoe


The Man Who Never Lived…Until He Died