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Creeps, Ghouls and Jewels: Five Odd Tales

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Five tales to make you wonder just what might be lurking over your shoulder…
A one-eyed, one-legged thief scares up some help in robbing a grave… a writer attempts a new and dangerous technique, much to the horror of her nervous companion… and a cranky alien scientist who really just wants a damned cup of coffee.
In this collection, you’ll find creeps of the spooky and human
Published April 1st 2019 by AF Linley
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Jul 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is an absolutely fantastic selection of odd stories. You know your favourite episodes of Outer Limits, Twilight Zone, and The X-Files? These stories are in that vein. For being so weird and actually a bit alarming at times, they are also warm, engaging, and funny, but most of all they are really smart. Linley is just a damn good writer. It's a book I'd like to give as gifts to lovers of the genre.
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Apr 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Excellent book of short stories! I loved them all.
Jun 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Perfectly charming and trim stories that could have passed for Du Maurier. Loved the neat bow of an ending linking these tales together.
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A.F. Linley was born in Connecticut and raised in New York's Capital District. She is a long-time government copy editor and a casual writer of various types of fiction (including government copy). She wrote her first story when she was nine and decided to pursue writing as a career when some well-meaning but foolish elementary school teacher assured her that she could make a living at this. She l ...more

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