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Urgent Questions 1: Five Flash Fiction Stories

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Five brief horror tales in a keep-you-guessing-to-the-end style, similar to Joshua Scribner's novel Eleven O'clock Fright.
Kindle Edition, 19 pages
Published April 12th 2011 (first published February 16th 2011)
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Todd Russell
I read Urgent Questions 2 (UQ) before reading this and besides the stories all being flash fiction, I didn't see any other thematic similarities. That's a bummer because there was a theme in UQ 2 that I enjoyed (campy 50s style fiction). The writer does have a good imagination and it sparkles at times in stories like the opener, "Twenty Questions."
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Aug 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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loved it and would love to read his full length novels and mute of his short stories. Very quick but very interesting. To be able to put that much in to such a short space is amazing
Cathy
Aug 17, 2011 rated it really liked it
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Five short stories:
Twenty Questions: Twenty questions to save a life.
Unrest: The cat burglar who has help.
It Came With the House: Pets definitely allowed in this neighborhood.
Barking: How extensive is brain damage?
Calling Out: Don't answer when someone calls for Daddy in the night.
Melissa Webb
Aug 09, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great set of short stories!
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Joshua Scribner is the author of the novels Mantis Nights, The Coma Lights and Nescata. His fiction won both second and fifth place in the 2008 Whispering Spirits Flash Fiction contest. Up to date information on his work can be found at joshuascribner.com. Joshua currently lives in Michigan with his wife and two daughters.
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