Don't Get Mad, Get Even: 15 Tales of Revenge and More

Don't Get Mad, Get Even: 15 Tales of Revenge and More

by Barb Goffman

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What do a bullied girl, a Christmas Town elf, a sheriff, and the biblical Job have in common? They're a few of the characters who take center stage in these stories of revenge, comeuppance, and the search for justice. Author Barb Goffman has been shortlisted seven times for national mystery awards (the Anthony, the Macavity, and the Agatha). This collection of fifteen short stories gathers all of her nominated tales, plus five new ones. Be prepared for stories ranging from dark to humorous, and crimes including adultery, theft, and, of course, murder.


"In short: terrific. Barb Goffman is the master of the twist—she fools me every time! This collection is like a fabulous box of chocolates—each one different, each one special, each one a wonderful treat." --Hank Phillippi Ryan, Award-winning author

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781434443922
Publisher: Wildside Press
Publication date: 04/18/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
File size: 356 KB

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Storytellermary More than 1 year ago
DON’T GET MAD, GET EVEN by Barb Goffman My brother used to say, “Don’t get mad, get even.” It confused my niece a bit when a commercial amended it to “get Glad,” which might actually be a better philosophy for life. There is no denying that it could be satisfying to balance the scales of justice in return for wrongs done, though I’m not most of us would really act on it. In these witty and well-written tales, one can have the satisfaction of revenge without harm to any actual living beings or risk of repercussions to self. Reading is such a perfect way to cope. I wanted to choose a favorite, but how? I’ll instead nominate “Compulsive Bubba” for “best seasonal public service warning.” On snowy days, stay in and read . . . and this collection is a good choice.