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A collection of five short-stories guaranteed to chill to your spine. Henna tells the tale of an ancient ritual gone wrong. Witness Protection deals with an FBI agent visiting a creepy village. Ghosts of Iraq is about four US soldiers haunted in Iraq. Valentines Night details an affair gone wrong. Red Carpet is about two teena
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Kindle Edition, 116 pages
Published July 2nd 2016 by Nisar Masoom
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Lisa Conroy
Dec 12, 2016 rated it really liked it
Masoom Thrillers #1 features five short stories but not all of them were equally enjoyable. Henna, the first tale, was written well but its ending seemed abrupt. Witness Protection was quite superior. The main figure Val Slater was superbly illustrated and the plot was fantastic, with a totally unpredictable conclusion.
The third yarn, Ghosts of Iraq might've been better as a screenplay, as the style in which it's told is more like watching a movie than reading a piece of literature.

Valentines Ni
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Abdullah Riaz
Jul 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Though it was a short book, I could not stop reading it, and completed the book in one go. The writing was quite distinct to other similarly-themed short stories I've previously read.

The tales also had their unique twists which I could not have guessed. The writer manages to keep you guessing and the terror from the stories stay with you, even long after you've completed the entire collection.

In my opinion, it's not easy to pick a favorite among the five stories, but Red Carpet is definitely a
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Ibrahim Muhammad Riaz
Jul 12, 2016 rated it really liked it
I recommend the writer to prolong the length of this e-book. At 50 pages, it was a page-turner but some stories needed more justification despite having overall fine plots. I'm certain with more practice that Mr. Masoom can improve his storytelling capabilities.
Roopkumar Balachandran
I received this free E book from goodreads kindle group. The book is collection of five short stories each having its own twist, mystery and dark horror. A small book with 116 pages can be read in one sitting.

The five stories are:
Henna
Witness protection
Ghosts of Iraq
Valentines Night
Red Carpet

Out of these I very much liked Witness protection. Unlike other stories from beginning to end the story has twist and the end is unpredictable. This story has good character development.

After Witness Protec
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Asghar Abbas
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Dec 20, 2016
Nisar Masoom
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Nisar Masoom started penning poetry when he was 9 years old, but found his true love in the horror genre after reading R.L. Stine's College Summer, when he was 14. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching the latest comic-book movie adaptations. He is also the co-founder of Literary Retreat - a website that publishes articles on all types of literature.
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