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by Patricia Abbott , Steve Weddle (Goodreads Author) , Jack Bates (Goodreads Author), Bill Crider (Goodreads Author), Loren Eaton, John Dumond, John McFetridge (Goodreads Author), Toni McGee Causey (Goodreads Author) , more…Jeff Vande Zande (Goodreads Author), James Reasoner (Goodreads Author), Randy Rohn, Sophie Littlefield (Goodreads Author), Bryon Quertermous (Goodreads Author), Sandra Scoppettone, Stephen D. Rogers (Goodreads Author), Evan Lewis, Sandra Seamans, Albert Tucher, Donna Moore, John Weagly (Goodreads Author), Keith Rawson, Ed Gorman, Gerald So, Dave Zeltserman (Goodreads Author), Dorte Hummelshoj Jakobsen (Goodreads Author), Anne Fraiser, Kathleen A. Ryan, Eric Peterson (Goodreads Author), Chris Grabenstein (Goodreads Author), J.T. Ellison (Goodreads Author), Cormac Brown, Fleur Bradley, Alan Griffiths, Laura Benedict (Goodreads Author), Garnett Elliott, Eric Beetner (Goodreads Author) …less
If you thought standing in line at your local warehouse store was murder, then you haven't been to Megamart. These flash fiction tales of superstore madness and mayhem will make you think twice the next time you hear "clean up on aisle 13."This anthology contains works by: Patricia Abbott, Sophie Littlefield, Kieran Shea, Chad Eagleton, Ed Gorman, Cormac Brown, Fleur Bradl ...more
ebook, 110 pages
Published October 21st 2010 by Untreed Reads Publishing
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A really fun collection of short flash fictions all involving "MegaMart," which you can probably guess is meant to represent another "Mart." There's a little bit of everything here, serial killers, vampires, losers, drug addicts, sad sacks and more. I couldn't quite decide on my favorite story in the collection and will call it a tie between "House Names" by James Reasoner, and "Thirty-one Hundred" by Loren Eaton. Loved 'em both. I enjoyed the whole work, though, and particularly the fine storie ...more
Patricia Abbott is the Deringer-winning author of more than sixty-five stories in print and online publications. She has forthcoming stories in the anthologies: Damn Near Dead II, Bats in the Belfry and Beat to a Pulp, The First Round. She lives and works in Detroit.More about Patricia Abbott...