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Unthology No.3

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UNTHOLOGY NO.3 is the third in Unthank Books' series showcasing the finest short fiction from new and established writers. Like its predecessors, UNTHOLOGY No.3 lets the classic short story jostle for elbowroom with the formally unusual and the novelette. Its eighteen stories describe sticky predicaments, testing choices and reluctant confessions: a publisher surveys the ...more
Paperback, 278 pages
Published November 9th 2012 by Unthank Books
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Aimee Jodoin
Dec 06, 2012 Aimee Jodoin rated it it was amazing
This collection showcases eighteen short stories by eighteen—both new and established—authors. Unlike most anthologies, the stories inside are not “a hit and a miss.” After finishing one engaging and well-written story, the reader begins the next, and is enthralled just the same. A few of the stories, of course, are not as memorable, intriguing, insightful, or effective as the few that stand out, but they all have their merits.

In “The Theory of Circles” by Debz Hobbs-Wyatt, the narrator relays
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Alan
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3.5 really, this is a good set of stories with a satisfying range of subjects and styles. There's a lot of adultery, or infidelity, partners being nasty to each other. For example, Charles Wilkinson - I am biased because he's my friend (in the same writing group) - has a clever and mordant and a bit brilliant story of domestic murder and sexual musical chairs. There's also a grim but well done paternity test story, Ashley Stokes's wife meeting a lover in a hotel and having
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