The Unfortunate Tale of Little Mary Jenkins (short story)

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Sam and his three best friends head off into the dark desert for a night of fun around a blazing bonfire in a secluded clearing. Surrounded by darkness and the strange sounds of the desert night, Scott tells the tragic story of little Mary Jenkins and an innocent game of hide-and-seek—gone terribly, terribly wrong. In the end? Vengeance. More

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About F.W. Adams

F.W. Adams was born in a hospital and currently lives in the state of denial, where he is a longtime resident in good standing. F.W. is currently working a full-time job, married to a wonderful wife of nearly 10 years (the marriage, not the wife), the father of four highly energetic children five and under and, on the side, working to tell the rest of Sam’s story. “The Unfortunate Tale of Little Mary Jenkins” is his first published work. Follow him in his efforts to warn the world about dangers hidden below at www.stormdrainchronicles.com.

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Sam and his three best friends head off into the dark desert for a night of fun around a blazing bonfire in a secluded clearing. Surrounded by darkness and the strange sounds of the desert night, Scott tells the tragic story of little Mary Jenkins and an innocent game of hide-and-seekā€”gone terribly, terribly wrong. In the end? Vengeance.

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Review by: A Franklin Adams on Oct. 31, 2012 :
This story is not long enough. I was just getting familiar with the characters and enjoying it when it came to its logical conclusion. I am looking forward to a sequel. The author has done a very good job of actually combining two stories into one, and both have interesting characters, plots, situations, descriptions, etc.
The story of the friends who go camping in the "wild" interested me by the portrayal of young people's attitudes and problems, and how they attempt to solve them. The "ghost" story is just creepy and macabre enough to be excellent for the Halloween season, without being gory and gross.
This book should appeal to a broad audience.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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