T. Powell Coltrin’s Grim Tales from the Ruralhood includes twenty-six short stories and flash fiction infused with rural flavor, fantasy, mystery, dysfunctional relationships and wit. In a rural setting, a girl confronts her dog’s killer and learns a neighbor’s secret; a kleptomaniac teenager is on the loose again; a man’s heinous crime is exposed and he becomes a stick in the mud, and a well planned wedding becomes a scam. Two boys test the rumor of a monster in The Nix of Mill Pond. In Rumpelstiltskin, travelers forget their manners when they eat at a café in a town called Skin Ridge and pay a price. Two mean girls try to find their way out of the mess they’ve made in The Zenith. Each unique story is a bit grim and inspired by a Brothers Grimm title.
|Publisher:||T. Powell Coltrin|
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