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It's easy to tell yourself there's no such thing as ghosts, at least until you meet one face-to-face. Then it becomes a matter of convincing yourself that you are not seeing what you think you are seeing. If you happen to be Jake, a barely school age child who awakens one night to find an elongated abomination in female form floating by his bedside, there is no amount of d ...more
Published March 1st 2016 by Smashwords Edition
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Elena Alvarez Dosil
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My original Bedside Manner audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.

Jake is awaken by the ghost of a woman in the middle of the night. He's terrified of this fetid presence that seems to appear every night at the same hour, so he asks his parents for help. What Jake didn't expect is that his parents seem to know more about this woman than what they let in.

This is a short but interesting story. It's written from the the point of view of Jake, a child of unspecified age
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Isaac Thorne is a nice man who has, over the course of his life, developed a modest ability to spin a good yarn. Really. He promises. He also avoids public men’s restrooms at all costs.

He considers himself a lover of books, music, movies, and other forms of pop culture phenomenon. His philosophy on his life is that it's all one giant experiment.

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