Dead Girls Don't Dance

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
When you're treading the fine line between attraction and single-minded obsession, a few brutal deaths shouldn't stand in the way of true love... More
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Words: 2,710
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466081420
About Troy Dennison

Troy is an artist, writer, actor and X-Box junkie.
He is the creator of the Tales From The Lounge and Dragon Days web-comics and his independant film work includes the movies The Clown, Last Time She Lived and Furor.
Troy was born and grew up in Staffordshire. His interest in films grew from an early age, influenced by seeing Star Wars:A New Hope when he was nine and from the stories his Great-Uncle would tell him about classic monster movies like King Kong and Dracula.
Troy has a background in art and theatre and trained as a Make-up artist - the prospectus for the course excited him and he lost no time in learning the skills which also included photography, costume and wig-making. Troy is fully versed in every aspect of make-up from face painting to HD film work. As an actor Troy has found himself working opposite his own make-up creations on several occasions.
As an artist Troy has produced work as diverse as web-comics, fine art, watercolours, graffiti and theatrical sets.
Troy published his first story Monsters Are Real in the eZine 13 Human Souls and has since gone on to write and publish several short stories.
Troy divides his time between his passion for his artwork, writing, acting, make-up, playing guitar and spending time with his three children, he can be found playing Black-Ops and HALO with his girlfriend and lives in Staffordshire with his crazy dog Theo.

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Reviews

Review by: Michelle Birbeck on Nov. 20, 2012 :
I’m a fan of horror, and this one was almost perfect for me. I loved the concept, the way it was portrayed. There was just the right amount of crazy in the main character to make it not only believable but also make it so that the person wasn’t completely off the deep end.

So why was it not a straight five star review? Two things. There was an issue with words and phrases being repeated multiple times, and there was a predicable element to it. For me it was obvious what had happened, and that took some of the surprise away, but at the same time added to the gore factor.

Overall, worth downloading and giving a read.
(reviewed for Short, Sweet, and Snappy blog)
(review of free book)

Review by: Joey Jones on July 27, 2012 :
Nice glimpse into the mind of a crazy person. Great short story.
(review of free book)

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