Author Sam J. Cutrufelli Sr.’s new book “Short Stories: Rattlesnake Boyd and 1-2-3… You’re Out” is a pair of compelling stories with well-drawn plots and characters

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Recent release “Short Stories: Rattlesnake Boyd and 1-2-3… You’re Out” from Page Publishing author Sam J. Cutrufelli Sr. is a slim volume containing two dramatic short dramatic works offering complex portraits of the human experience.

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Sam J. Cutrufelli Sr. has published his new book “Short Stories: Rattlesnake Boyd and 1-2-3… You’re Out”: two quietly riveting stories that keep the pages turning until their thought-provoking conclusions.

They call him Rattlesnake Boyd, but that’s not his real name. He is an easygoing range cowboy until he is provoked, then he lives up to his nickname—Rattlesnake Boyd.

His name is Damian, and he is a baseball player, but life keeps trying to knock him out. He has had many setbacks seemingly unrelated to baseball, but somehow they are. As you read on, you will notice women are not a big part of him. Maybe one day he will find that steady part of his life that has always eluded him. Could you be that woman?

Published by Page Publishing, Sam J. Cutrufelli Sr.’s engrossing book is an excellent choice for avid short story readers.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Short Stories: Rattlesnake Boyd and 1-2-3… You’re Out” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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