Book: Double-take Tales by Donna Browncategories: Book, Suspense, Mystery, Psychological, Intrigue, Murder, Short Stories
Donna Brownabout this book: Three tales with a twist:
In Round Trip a five pound note passes from person to person, giving us a brief glimpse into their lives before moving on to the next.
In Poison a devoted but downtrodden wife turns her devotion away from housework and cooking and moves instead to tormenting her husband via his nut allergy. Will it prove the tonic she needs to get through the dull days or will she go too far?
In Cest la vie we see a police investigation from a unique perspective. Will the mistakes allow the killer to go free or will they finally unravel the tragic events?
Praise for Double-take Tales:
• "I can't think of any genre reader that won't enjoy these 3 stories."
— Kelly Hitchcock, Author
• "I can see all these stories being on a tv show or a movie, the writing is superb!"
— Diana K (via Amazon)
• "If you want to read three terrifically crafted short stories which will make you keep coming back, get this book!"
— Ritesh Kala, Book Blogger
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