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The Mysterious Disappearance of Charlene Kerringer

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Some dames are nothing but trouble

Detective Harris is a private detective who is out of luck and out of cash. When a woman walks into his office in tears, he decides to take a gamble on what he assumes is an open and shut case. What he doesn't realize is that nothing about this case is normal.

A fantasy short story mixing noir detective work and humor.
Kindle Edition, 33 pages
Published 2019

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Sheila Goicea

Content Warning: Abduction

This review will be short and sweet, because this short story is only thirty-three pages! The Mysterious Disappearance of Charlene Kerringer is a mysterious tale about a little girl, Charlene Kerringer, who is stolen away from her home. Detective Harris, a noir detective who just wants to eat his sandwich in peace, is visited one day by Charlene's caregiver. She stresses that the girl is different than she used to be, and swears that it isn't her. Intrigued, and hoping
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Marlena Frank is the author of books and novellas that span genres from young adult fantasy to horror. Her debut novel, Stolen Book 1 of the Stolen series, has hit the Amazon bestseller charts twice. She has two books coming out in 2021: Chosen, the final book in the Stolen trilogy, and The Impostor and Other Dark Tales, a collection of dark fantasy and horror short stories.

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