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The Empty Heart: A Collection

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The Empty Heart: A Collection
The Empty Heart: A Collection eBook Cover, written by Derek A. Murphy
The Empty Heart: A Collection eBook Cover, written by Derek A. Murphy
Author(s) Derek A. Murphy
Publisher Derek A. Murphy
Publication date April 7, 2011
Media type eBook
Length 148 Pages

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The Empty Heart: A Collection is an anthology eBook by Derek A. Murphy. In this collection, the story The Empty Heart has a Succubus appear in it who takes a man's ability to love from him. The story focuses on the aftermath of this action by the Succubus and what it does to each of them.


  • Title: The Empty Heart: A Collection
  • Author: Derek A. Murphy
  • Published By: Derek A. Murphy
  • Length: 148 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: April 7, 2011

Plot Summary

A collection of short stories by Derek A. Murphy.

A man learns that a succubus has removed his capacity to love, leading to unhappiness for both of them. What if Charon, the Boatman on the River Styx, really existed? A past life intrudes on a man's plans, What happens when Wild Weasel Wilson meets the Banshee Chicken? A lonely boy meets a girl from an alternate world and they become fast friends. A short story based on the occurrences in my novel, Gulf of the Plains, but unrelated to the action in that book. A man and woman experience reincarnation because of vows they made in an earlier life. Thirty years after the fact, a man finds a way to make amends for something he did as a young man, but isn't sure he wants to do so when he learns what is involved. A blizzard and a drug deal bring a down and out company drone and a has-been model together. A house grows beyond its bounds, bringing forth denizens that cause a man to risk everything to rid the world of the house.

Book Review

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