R. M. Ahmose Presents More Grim Tales to Enlighten

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R.M. Ahmose, Mar 1, 2007 - Fiction - 265 pages
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Once again, R. M. Ahmose offers a duo of compelling tales of suspense. Composed, as before, with intent to jog the reader out of contentment with astandarda reality, this excursion is provided courtesy of aThe Office Managera and aA Nice Family.a Imagine a newly divorced woman, considered by members of her first family to be psychologically fragile, having set off to start a new life, alone, in a new town and state. Imagine, too, that she is endowed (or plaguedayou be the judge) with a sensitivity that seems to expose the inner, hidden sentiments of those around her. aThe Office Managera tells the tale. A family moves into the town of Berkshire. The clan may be a little intellectually challenged but otherwise is friendly, law abiding, unobtrusivea]some might even say humble. So why do so many members of their community turn so maliciously against them? Most believe they truly personify the storyas title, aA Nice Family.a
 

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