Distorted: Five imaginative short stories on the dark side.

Distorted: Five imaginative short stories on the dark side.

by Roberta L. Smith

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Overview

Five tales where life takes a turnfor . . . well, you decide.Bed of Thorns -She's rich. She's bored. Time for some excitement. Little does she know where her latest relationship with someone a tad too young and handsome will lead.In His Shoes - How do you get even when justice isn't served? And if you succeed, what then? In the end life seems to have a way of working these things out for all concerned.R.I.P. Katherine Colton - A screen siren who committed suicide in 1970 is celebrated even today. But the question lingers. Did she kill herself? This movie star's greatest fan just has to know. The Miracle - If you want something bad enough -- like being the person you've always admired -- can your wish come true? Maybe so. But not necessarily in the way you think.Skyglow Undercover - He's sent undercover in what used to be one of New York City's grandest hotels. Problem is, he knows nothing more than that. He'll find out why, all in good time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781479239887
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/04/2012
Pages: 88
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

I like serendipity, synchronicity, and things that are strange. I've been known to stay in haunted hotels I heard about on TV, and like to read mysteries, paranormal novels, and books about spiritual law.

I love a good ghost story so I wrote three as part of the Mickey McCoy Paranormal Mystery Series: The Secret of Lucianne Dove, Chapel Playhouse, and The Accordo.

A graduate of the University of Redlands, I'm a lifelong southern Californian who grew up with TV shows like The Twilight Zone and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. In between Corvette outings with my husband and trips to Las Vegas, I write paranormal mysteries with a splash of romance.

In a departure from that normal practice I penned these short stories that cross into the realm of the ironic and macabre.

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