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Home-made Pie & Sausage / Killing Julie Morris

3.58  ·  Rating Details ·  12 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Two short stories (6K words, total) - Two short crime stories:
Home-made Pie and Sausage (crime/horror): Sometimes the most ordinary things in life can turn out to be the most horrifying - especially if you're the sheriff of a small town who didn't pay attention when he should have.

Killing Julie Morris (crime/murder) - Julie Morris was beautiful, rich, spoiled and used to g
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Published by Parlez-Moi Press (first published September 27th 2011)
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Aug 27, 2012 Dianne rated it really liked it
If this is your first Kathleen Valentine book I would pick The Old Mermaid's Tale, The Crazy Old Lady in the Attic She is a new favorite for me.

The 4 star rating is for the Killing Julie Morris story.
This was a great short story I could see someone feeling like they have been pushed to this point and stewing and plotting over what to do to get even with someone. I have always felt that the best books are the ones that are true to life.

Home-made Pie and Sausage I couldn't finish reading this on
Lyn (Readinghearts)
I just finished two short stories by Kathleen Valentine, who is fast becoming one of my favorite new authors. These two particular short stories were bundled together on Smashwords and were perfect reads for the month of October. The first story, Home Made Pie and Sausage, was a macabre tale that reminded me of the likes of Edgar Allen Poe at his quirky best. It was deliciously horrible and the perfect Halloween read. The second tale, Killing Julie Morris, was more of a classic mystery with a ...more
Feb 09, 2012 Ananda rated it it was amazing
Both of these stories were (at least in my opinion) really funny.
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From the Allegheny Mountains where she grew up, to the Gloucester seaport where she now lives and writes, Kathleen Valentine loves nothing more than listening to the stories that people tell while sitting on front porches, gathered around kitchen tables, or swapped in coffee shops and taverns. Her collection of legends, folklore, and tall tales are woven into her fiction. The award-winning author ...more
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