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A Confession
     

A Confession

4.2 8
by J.M. Olson
 
A cop looks back to the summer of 1996 when he and three friends embarked on a road trip to the California coast, a trip that not all of them survived. Over a decade later he confesses his regrets and hopes in a letter to no one, trying to come to terms with the moments that defined his life and the memories that have forever haunted him.

Overview

A cop looks back to the summer of 1996 when he and three friends embarked on a road trip to the California coast, a trip that not all of them survived. Over a decade later he confesses his regrets and hopes in a letter to no one, trying to come to terms with the moments that defined his life and the memories that have forever haunted him.

Editorial Reviews

Eliza Varien
Exhilarating and suspenseful!
A realistic and stirring short story that highlights the kind of mistakes many of us made in our youth, but quite unlike the story's characters, most of us emerged relatively unscathed.
Highly recommended!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013621978
Publisher:
J. M. Olson
Publication date:
08/26/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
116 KB

Meet the Author

J. M. Olson is the pseudonym of the author who is a long time writer new to the world of publication. The man behind the name lives in Minnesota with his children and works in law enforcement. He spends his free time playing with his children or dreaming up new worlds to explore and reveal. He is ruggedly handsome, possesses an urbane wit and a deadly charm that makes women swoon and men green with envy. The author is an extreme sports fanatic, quite the clothes horse, an idiot savant and is very knowledgable about fine wines. Though his charm and wit are legendary, they are also something of an acquired taste, not unlike that required for the appreciation of a dry merlot or a traditional Islay Isle scotch. And if you, dear friend, are still reading this brief bio, I applaud your dedication to the search for truth and understanding about the author. However and very honestly, he is rather dull and the story much more interesting, so perhaps you should just get on with it...though in truth and fairness, he is actually quite handsome.

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A Confession 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a VERY cool short story with an interesting look back at how life changes because of your choices! GREAT read!
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The author manipulates the reader's mood and anxiety levels with this terse tale of a complex mishap with fear and guilt enough for all. Especially disturbing for women as a reminder of the short distance between civilization and the nightmares of the worst of our culture, all without drenching us in blood.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For a short story this is one great read!