Overview

Five stories that don't have happy endings. Why does the enigmatic Mr Forbes want Jonny to kill a stranger? Down on his luck, George tries drastic action and summons a demon, in his bedsit! Cheri is having the ultimate nightmare, a zit on Prom night!

Charlie has a strange encounter in a volcano. and then there is the problem of the possessed SatNav.

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5 Daggers

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Overview

Five stories that don't have happy endings. Why does the enigmatic Mr Forbes want Jonny to kill a stranger? Down on his luck, George tries drastic action and summons a demon, in his bedsit! Cheri is having the ultimate nightmare, a zit on Prom night!

Charlie has a strange encounter in a volcano. and then there is the problem of the possessed SatNav.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032995845
  • Publisher: Steve O''Brien
  • Publication date: 1/14/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 138 KB

Meet the Author

Biography

Steve was born in Hertfordshire in England and moved to a small village not far from the Norfolk coast with his partner Niki along with Charlie and Peanut (the 2 cats). After suffering 20 years in retail management and achieving diplomas in Business, marketing, training, accounts and psychology he decided to start his own company. This has allowed him to follow a long nurtured passion for writing.

An avid reader with a quirky sense of humour an eye for the different slant on life and a desire to pass insight, knowledge and humour on. The story of Caratacus published in Amazines was well received and provided the spur to continue his endeavours.

As Steve says “Some call it a labour of love; some call it a labour. I still think it’s the best way to let the drivel flow. And people think you’re working”!

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