15 Dark and Twisted Tales
Variocity, Jan 1, 2005 - 192 pages
"This is a sharp and chilling collection of stories that will truly make you afraid to sleep with the lights out and others that will have you reaching for the tissues." - Stacey Bucholz, Member of RIO and All About Murder Reviews A native of Beulah, North Dakota, Sharon King-Booker has lived and worked in Minnesota and Oklahoma. She now lives in Arizona with her husband and family of cats. A member of the Cat Writers' Association, she has written many poems and songs and has written a novel, Slaybells Ring, also available from Heliographica Press.
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