What Lies At The Bottom of Plot 105 [NOOK Book]

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Two grave robbers decide to exhume the casket of Plot 105 and find something waiting for them.

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What Lies At The Bottom of Plot 105

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Overview

Two grave robbers decide to exhume the casket of Plot 105 and find something waiting for them.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011291951
  • Publisher: Troy Kirby
  • Publication date: 5/3/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 249,039
  • File size: 95 KB

Meet the Author

Troy Kirby lives in the pacific northwest and enjoys writing crime, horror and science fiction.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    Okay

    This was a very quick read at 13 Nook Tablet pages, in total. Overall, I liked it. This was one of the author's better free titles. Spelling and grammar were an issue with this short story, but it did not drive me to distraction. Some dark humor helped to keep the tone and pace lighter than I had anticipated.

    The end seemed a little too rushed. And, the reader was left to guess at the coffin's unusual contents. There was implied doom to follow the opening of the casket, but an epilogue would have been interesting.

    The two main characters were stereotypical, under-educated, underage, poor youths just trying to get by in an aimless sort of way. Both young men dug graves for $10 each per gravesite. They felt that this was unfair. So, of course, they want to make some quick money.

    Unfortunately for them, their big money making idea was to rob graves under the cover of darkness during their regular night shift at the graveyard. A former co-worker recommended that they try it. He apparently supplemented his income successfully, in this way, for a long time.

    This was the point at which the "get-rich-quick-scheme" came back around and bit the men in the end. (Yes, the pun was intended.) Predictably, bad things happen to the men, but the majority of details were left to the reader's imagination.

    It was worth reading, especially since it was free and short. I recommend reading this short story while waiting in line or at the doctor's office. Due to the dark nature of this story, only older readers should partake in this tale.

    -AvidReader

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  • Posted October 8, 2011

    Cute

    Editing,,,,,,,, seriously

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  • Posted June 8, 2011

    Terrible

    A complete and utter waste of time to read. Riddled eith grammer and simple spelling issues. I have honestly rrad better short stories written by teenagers. I dont recommend this book.

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