Cherries in the Snow is a short story collection by Jonathan Douglas Duran. To request a review galley please contact via email.
- “Cherries in the Snow”
A young girl’s troubled father leads her into the woods at dawn.
- “Phantom Pains”
A man recounts the story of how he lost one of his fingers.
- “Death Rite”
A family strives to discover who murdered one of their own while they take part in their village’s strange death rite ritual.
- “A Decent Story” / “An Indecent Story”
Two lovers meet to discuss their relationship and the get-together is related twice, once from each person’s unique point of view.
- “Roadside Assistance”
Two gangsters in a compromising situation are offered roadside assistance.
- “Shave and a Haircut”
There are some conversations you should never have while someone holds a razor to your throat.
- “I Met the Devil”
A fur trapper meets the Devil and falls prey to a tricky proposition.
- “The Crash”
A stockbroker who lost his livelihood in the stock market crash of 1929 becomes fixated on a department store manager.
The meta-period which punctuates the end of the proceedings.
“The snow doesn’t give a soft white damn whom it touches.” ― E.E. Cummings