Diane Strong lives in Kentucky with her husband and their two children. She received a liberal arts degree at Itasca Community College, a Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Equine Studies from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana and a Master’s degree in Veterinary Science from the University of Kentucky.She writes a small column for the Georgetown News Graphic and homeschools her children. In her spare time she competes in road races, triathlons and adventure races. She is the founder of the Georgetown Run Club and Intellectual Society. She loves what she does.
Merrry Christmas Mr. Saundersby Diane Strong
Megan Sweeny is a strong woman raising a teenage daughter alone. When she decides to try out a new road for her run on Christmas Eve, she loses her car keys and is unable to return home to her daughter. In an attempt to find a phone, Megan knocks on the door of a sad little trailer house. An elderly man greets her and welcomes her inside to use the phone. It doesn&… See more details below
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Megan Sweeny is a strong woman raising a teenage daughter alone. When she decides to try out a new road for her run on Christmas Eve, she loses her car keys and is unable to return home to her daughter. In an attempt to find a phone, Megan knocks on the door of a sad little trailer house. An elderly man greets her and welcomes her inside to use the phone. It doesn't take long for Megan to realize she made a mistake and that in order to use the phone, there will be a price to pay: she will have to listen.
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This was an exciting book. Very suspenseful. I liked the ending very much. J... :-@ the book has 32 pages
Wish it was longer
This 32 page short story was suspensful. It was also a bit choppy and although it had a surburb ending, which was a pleasant surprize, there were several points I have a problem with, why did she leave her phone in the locked car, while she went running in a strange place and leave her keys on a tire? Why did a man steal them and know where the keys were when he did not see her put them there? Last but not least no one would hold me at gun point and get away with it, I do not care who he is. Compared to most other short stories, this one is above the standard fare. For 16 years if age and up. AD
It may be short but it's loaded. Brilliantly constructed with very believable characters.
This is a nice quick read.