Review of Ray Garton’s “The Man in the Palace Theater”

Drawing us into the creepy, uncertain world of a man desperate to connect with something lost, Ray Garton explores the possible underpinnings of terror in plain sight.  For those unfamiliar with Garton’s work, this short story is a great introduction to a writer with a strong imagination who is more interested in telling a tale than exhibitionism.  And for fans, they’ll be satisfied with this foray into some not so neighborly darkness.

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