Let’s start off the Autumn season of short stories with this selection by John Greco.
Inside, what is now his fourth book, are stories of murder, enticement and betrayal.
The Bombay Hook Incident was a bit of fun and I loved when the character Dee said: “Call me girl one more time, and I’ll shoot you just on principle.” She wasn’t talking about her camera.
The Secret which begins with a words from Proverbs. And, further into the collection, you discover that you should never piss-off Norman.
Dark Secrets is a tidy collection of duplicity and revenge for you to enjoy.
Also from John Greco: THE LATE SHOW, BITTER ENDS & DEVIOUS TALES.
~ June Lorraine
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7 responses to “John Greco: Dark Secrets”
Is this the same John Greco who blogs at Twenty-Four Frames? I really like his writing.
Yes! John has a few collections of short stories.
I never really go for short stories, though your selection of one-liners has inspired me to give it a go
Hi James, thanks for checking-in, and being interested, John will appreciate that. Also, check out my post on the anthologies by Murderous Ink Press. Quite a variety there 🙂
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Love that quotation!
Yeah, it really makes a point 🙂