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Injustice is Served #7

My Favorite Color No More

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The psychology of color. One event can put an entirely different shade on life.

Book 7 of the Injustice is Served Collection

A SHORT STORY ~1,500 words

My Favorite Color No More is part of the Injustice Is Served collection, a stand alone set of short stories where the punishment fits the crime. Albeit, the punishments are served through alternative means other than the legal justice system.

Each book is a bite-sized story. Think of them as appetizers... or a seven course meal if you download the complete collection.

Look for Injustice Is Served as a short story collection or as individual eBooks.

Seven psychological thrillers to keep you awake at night.

Circulatory System (Book 1) ~ A mother takes the love for her daughter to a higher level.
Blind Alley (Book 2) ~ Desperation pushes one man to exchange his dead-end life for another.
NutraLoaf (Book 3) ~ At the top of the food chain, life can get quite cutthroat.
Severed in Blood (Book 4) ~ She wanted nothing more than her husband's love.
Reasonable Risks (Book 5) ~ To earn the biggest payouts, you have to take the biggest risks.
Fallen (Book 6) ~ "Billy fell. That's what they always say in the movies."
My Favorite Color No more (Book 7) ~ The psychology of color. One event can put an entirely different shade on life.

No lawyers.

No judges.

No trials.

At last,

Injustice

Is Served

Not meant for bedtime reading, children, or the guilty.

Rated M for intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content, strong language, and enough offensive content to make a man clench his knees tightly together.

Kindle Edition

First published April 9, 2012

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Reena Jacobs

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Reena Jacobs is just your typical writer who loves to see her words in print. As an avid reader, she’s known to hoard books and begs her husband regularly for “just one more purchase.” Her home life is filled with days chasing her preschooler and nights harassing her husband. Between it all, she squeezes in time for writing and growling at the dog.

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