Half-Inch

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Rated 3.86/5 based on 22 reviews
On a lovely spring day in April, he finally pushes her just that tiny bit too far and she snaps. Deep within her, a cold, cruel voice she barely recognizes as her own pronounces those fateful words, “I’m going to kill you, Bobby Hilts.” Ride the crazy train along with Pammy as she gleefully plots her soon-to-be ex’s bizarre demise. More

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About McCarty Griffin

McCarty Griffin lives with her husband, two children and several nonhuman family members. She is a transplanted hillbilly, born in Texas, but raised in the hollows and hills of West Virginia, where most of her works are set. She does not limit her creative efforts to any particular genre, although she does have a special love for horror, which she traces back to a childhood of Saturday nights eating Chef Boyardee pizza and watching Chiller Theatre with her mother. Before beginning her second life with her current husband, and settling in to raise her daughter and son, she served in the United States Army, went home to earn her undergraduate and law degrees, and then practiced criminal defense law for more than ten years. After half a lifetime spent doing everything but what she truly wanted to do, she finally just sat down and started writing, and she hasn’t stopped since.

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Review by: Susan MomBlogger on Oct. 13, 2011 :
If you like murder, psychotic mean men, domestic violence, cheating, and revenge killings - then you might like this book! The main character, Pammy, has had it with her abusive soon-to-be ex-husband and his girlfriend(s) and decides to take revenge. She psych's herself up, talks herself into it, makes a plan and executes it; though not flawlessly of course.
Although I personally did not care for this book (remember, my personal opinion is different than yours), I think it definitely would be interesting for others to read.
You should read it for yourself to determine whether "Half-Inch" is a worthy book to read or not.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sarah (Workaday Reads) on Sep. 22, 2011 :
This is powerfully emotional short story. Anyone who's been in an abusive relationship is sure to recognize Pammy's feelings and self-doubts. It is understandable that she would fantasize about escaping any way she can.

This would make a great book for discussion. I can easily think of several questions that could lead to intense discussions and debates, such as: Such Pammy be punished for her actions, or has she already been punished enough? How much pre-planning does it take for a murder to be considered to be done in cold blood? Is there such a thing as a perfect crime?

I think this is a very intense story. Well packed into a very short space (50 pages). Not a single word is wasted or missing. I was very surprised at what a punch the story packed.

One thing I would love to see changed is the cover. It doesn't match at all. The cover made me think it was a horror story, possibly with lots of gore. This is totally not the case. What would be better? I'm not sure. I also don't really get the significance of the title, but it's the cover that kills me.

This is definitely a story to check out. Just be prepared to have a strong reaction to it. You will either root for Pammy whole-heartedly or hate her for what she did. I'm fully in Pammy's boat on this one.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Stacey Donaldson on Sep. 18, 2011 :
Pammy has been abused and tormented by her soon-to-be ex-husband Bobby for a very long time. Deep down she knows that divorce will not stop the abuse, although the divorce was his idea and he has even found someone knew. There is no way she is going to live out the rest of her days trapped under the thumb of this abusive man. Pammy has a plan that will get Bobby out of her life forever.

Half Inch is a very well written novella. It has just enough details to allow the reader to understand what Pammy has gone through. I sympathized with her, I felt her pain, and I wanted her freedom.

For anyone who has known anyone or experienced domestic violence this book will strike a cord. Short but descriptive. A short but sweet read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: lainy79 on Sep. 17, 2011 :
Pammy has had enough of Bobby, her abusive drunk of a husband. One lovely spring day, she decides to kill him, despite the fact that they will soon be divorced and he will, at least in the eyes of the law, be out of her life for good. Indulging in homicidal daydreams for years has led her to devise her own perfect and completely bizarre plan.

My review

For over a decade(and then some) Pammy has been married to Bobby, a violent nasty little thug who has done nothing but use and abuse her practically since they dated. Bobby has decided he is going to divorce Pammy and take everything he can get, she hasn't stood up to him before and he knows "Pammy Whammy" wont stand up to him now. But he is wrong! Bobby unwittingly goes too far and awakens in his wife a side neither of them knew existed and this side has had enough. Divorce won't cut it, she wants him dead and after years of Pammy fantasizing about it it is about to come true.

With her sassy confident lawyer Pammy takes up her part in the divorce and starts enjoying life as she has never known it before. Able to watch tv and drink as much soda as she wants without any repercussions from her husband.

Really easy to read and I think anyone who has been touched by domestic violence will be able to relate to Pammy. I quite enjoyed it and wish it had been a bit longer 3/5
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Kelly Lester on Aug. 10, 2011 :
This is a short story of a woman who is at the end of her rope because of her abusive, alcoholic husband. But she has a plan and she’s going to off him and bury him, truck and all in a hole that she has dug. She has this plan figured out down to the “T.” The problem? Murphy’s Law strikes and it doesn’t quite go as she wanted so she has to quickly start relying on Plan B, and maybe even Plan C. It’s an interesting, nail biting, well written story but, I’m not quite sure of one thing. Why? There’s no moral to the story or bad ending or good ending. It just ends and it left me wondering if I was missing the purpose to this book.

What I liked: Once the “murder” was happening, things moved quickly and with a great deal of excitement. There was a good amount of build up and intrigue. Lots of holding your breath type moments.

What I disliked: I think this is one of those books where the story is good, but highly improbable and as I said, I am still wondering what the purpose of the story even was.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: LE Olteano on July 30, 2011 :
Ahh…this one was actually sort of fun, in a dark, morbid sort of way.
Half-Inch makes use of some stereotypes we’ve talked about earlier, in a much similar clever way. They just work wonderfully with a criminal twist, what can I say?

The strange and interesting mix of crime and chick-lit with a pinch of humor is quite memorable, the story quite engrossing. I was totally into it from the first page.

The thought processes of Pammy were very fun to follow; of course, there were moments when I felt like strangling Bobby myself, and I will be honest, what happens to him in the end isn’t lawfully justified by any means, but in the deep, dark part of my little black heart, I sort of felt like he kind of deserved it…a bit :D

What I found most amusing was the irony of it all; Pammy tries to set herself free, and ends up being “captive” of her own doings. Poetic justice goes a long way, I guess.

If you don’t mind a bit of a violent end to a bit of a violent story, then you should give this a try. I’m sure you won’t regret it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: GraceKrispy on July 28, 2011 :
With some surprising twists and an intriguing plot, this story is compelling and engaging. It's just the right length to tell the tale, but even in a book this short, the character development would benefit from a bit more work. Pammy is timid and plays a victim who becomes an avenger, but the story focuses on telling me about her role as victim and doesn't let me really feel her as the victim. Bobby is a typical abusive spouse who plays perfectly into Pammy's murderous plan. I would have loved to have heard more from "Other Pammy," and I think the emergence of that side of her offered plenty of opportunity to really explore Pammy's character. We do see growth in her character, and I liked the way her perception of Dwayne changed to match her character's metamorphosis in a capable, take-charge woman.

The storyline is generally well crafted, but there are a few flaws in Pammy's plot. Some of the details seemed a little unexpected for someone who had been planning out this perfect crime in her head over the course of years. The undefined jumping around in the beginning left me slightly disconcerted, but otherwise the progression of the storyline was good. I really enjoyed the clever twist thrown in at the end, but I think it went a step too far. I think the ending would have been stronger and much more interesting had the story stopped at the point where Pammy realizes the implications of what Dwayne has told her. I would have liked it left up to the reader to realize the irony of Pammy's situation, and I think leaving on that tone would have been very fitting to the story.

Overall, I really enjoyed this tale, especially Pammy's dilemma at the end. The author chose the perfect story length to showcase the tale, and the story has intermittent doses of humor that make the book even more entertaining. Worth the read!

3.5 stars- full review @ GraceKrispy's MotherLode blog
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Kim Deister on July 25, 2011 :
Half-Inch is a rather thought-provoking story of a woman who has been pushed to the limits by her abusive husband. Despite their impending divorce, Pammy has realized that she will never be free of him and his abusive ways. For years, obsessed with crime drama TV, she has fantasized about being rid of him,... permanently. The story follows Pammy, as she she is struggling to get out from Bobby's control. Years of abuse have left her scared and meek, but with a hidden strength even she didn't know she possesed.

There is a lot going on in this story, deep emotions, and complicated situations. I had doubts as to whether or not a novella of this length could adequately show those things. But it definately did. I felt as if I knew Pammy, her frustration, her desperation, her fears. Despite the fact that she was planning a murder, it was impossible for me not to feel for her and root for her. I am not really big on murder as a solution in real life, but in the context of the story, it was empowering for Pammy even to just think and plan for it. And it wasn't at all difficult to intensely dislike her overbearing and cruel husband! There were several twists and turns in the story, as well as unexpected bits of humor here and there. The biggest twist came at the end of the book, which I won't share for fear of spoiling a great and interesting ending!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Shelleyrae on July 11, 2011 :
After suffering for years in an abusive marriage, Pammy is nothing but relieved her husband has finally moved out. Her freedom is an illusion however, as her husband continues to intimidate her, and Pammy knows she will never escape his brutality. Pushed beyond her limits, Pammy decides that only his death will allow her to live and devises an elaborate plan to rid herself of him once and for all.

It's a challenge in stories of novella length to establish a character that the reader to connect to but Griffin achieves that easily. My allegiance immediately lay with Pammy as she described her life as a victim of domestic violence. Her situation is inherently sympathetic but it is to Griffin's credit that, even as Pammy schemes to murder her husband, I continued to support her. Pammy's husband has no redeeming qualities so I had real concerns about his impending demise, though it would never be something I would condone in real life, but I did experience a twinge of regret when Pammy decides he should not go to his grave alone. I was intrigued by the moral ambiguity that Griffin provoked with her characterisation and thought provoking plot.

While the premise of the story is quite simple, it has a surprising moral and ethical complexity. Griffin deconstructs the development of Pammy's relationship with her husband, illustrating the warning signs of an abusive relationship Pammy had ignored. While the blame for violence rests squarely on the abuser, Griffin doesn't excuse the contribution Pammy made in making herself a victim. It's a subtle yet thought provoking undercurrent that I did not expect in a story described as Chick Lit Noir by the author. Similarly, Pammy's choice to murder her husband, has unexpected consequences which I thought was a very clever twist to the story and was a satisfying and balanced conclusion.

A tale of revenge and it's consequences, Half-Inch is a well crafted novella that I thought entertaining and clever. Short, yet sharp, I'm happy to recommend it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Bex on July 07, 2011 :
Half-Inch is definitely one of the most interesting novellas I have read. Even when looking through actual novels, this one definitely stands out. I’ve always found the thrillers where you get to see parts from the killer’s perspective very intriguing and therefore I’m not surprised that I enjoyed this one as much as I did. Half-Inch has a nice twist to this; instead of having a POV from the police or other investigators, this is completely from the murderer-slash-victim’s view–the abused wife.

In some way this novella reminds me of Kitty Thomas’s novel Comfort Food. The stories are completely different, but they both have a bit of that twisting plot to it. Those twists that make the reader not hate a kidnapper who wants you as a sex slave and, in this case, makes you root for the murderer. Feeling all the things she is feeling, hoping that she won’t get caught… And most of all; showing that nothing is black or white. I also like that it shows–in so many ways–that what you think will make you happy, not always do. But some things may still be worth doing.

All I can say is that I thoroughly enjoyed this story and would definitely recommend this book! I am also going to look up more books by this author to devour. I’m very intrigued to see what other stories she has out there.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: The Book Diva's Reads on June 29, 2011 :
How far is too far seems to be the question raised in Half-Inch by McCarty Griffin. Pammy Hilts is an abused wife. Her husband, Bobby, has moved out and filed for divorce. Pammy has put up with 12 years of physical, emotional, mental and verbal abuse. She has been cut off from all of her friends and has no skills. All that's left are her dreams and she is beginning to dream of revenge.

Pammy knows that Bobby isn't going to leave her alone even after a divorce. Although Bobby has moved out and apparently has a new love interest, she knows the abuse will continue. What's a girl to do other than get rid of the problem permanently? Pammy has obvious problems with the notion of taking a life, no matter the circumstances, and most of this short tale deals with this conflict. At first glance Pammy may seem to be a poor, downtrodden and ignorant woman, but she proves otherwise. At times sad and other times funny (tongue-in-cheek), Half-Inch is a story about survival. This is a quick read that is perhaps perfect for a lunch break or a lazy afternoon.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: GeekyGirlReview on June 27, 2011 :
This novella is great. Read it in one afternoon while I was relaxing in the backyard. I think it took me about an hour to read this one. This is under 70 pages but the story is very well told in those few pages. I was hooked from the very beginning and I highly recommend this novella.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jamie Kline on June 25, 2011 :
I couldn't wait to read this book based on the synopsis, but at just under 70 pages I was worried I wouldn't connect with the main character well enough. I shouldn't have worried because that definitely wasn't an issue here. It was impossible not to form a connection with Pammy, who goes from timid abused housewife to calculating killer in a relatively short time.
Pammy has been beat down by her husband Bobby for over a decade and she knows there's nothing she can do to stop it. Or is there? Bobby surprises her by filing for divorce, but deep down she knows that she'll never be truly rid of him. The courts may grant them a divorce, however the fact of the matter is he would probably still come around and harass her, generally making her life a living hell. The only permanent way to make sure he's out of her life for good is to make sure he never takes another breath and thanks to watching hours of forensics shows she knows a lot about what to do and what not to do. Will she pull off the perfect revenge or will Bobby still win?
I was rooting for Pammy the whole way. I've never been physically abused so I can't even imagine what that would be like, especially for so many years. Bobby is your typical abusive husband, treats his wife like dirt and thinks she's dumb, but that's the way he likes his women because they're easy to control. Unfortunately for Bobby he severely underestimated Pammy and so of course he never suspected she was planning on killing him. I felt no compassion for Bobby what-so-ever and couldn't wait to see how Pammy's murder plan unfolded. I honestly don't want to give too much away, this is a pretty short book so if I can't go into as much detail without giving away main plot points.
I can say this though, I really enjoyed the author's writing style. The whole story flowed very nicely and her way with words kept me wanting to read more. I finished this book in about an hour and was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. The last part of the book is extremely intense and rushes toward an ending you won't see coming. Don't let it's short nature stop you from reading it; it may be small but it packs a wallop!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Leanne Bell on June 25, 2011 :
hadn't really heard of this sort of genre before but when I got an email from the author asking me to review her book I thought it'd be an interesting read so I agreed to do it. I'm very glad I did since it seems to twist murder and humour with effortless ease. Just think of a pretty good chick lit novel with a rather morbid twist and a hell of a lesson to be learned.

Pammy had been married to her abusive husband for years before finally their about to be divorced. Pammy however feels she will never be free of him and so decides to kill him. Years of being stuck inside and watching murder programmes has enabled her to envision the perfect murder plan, and so she puts it into action. And wow is it an incredible plan!

I really loved this! It's short and yet to the point and there is no rambling and although I don't condone murder in any sense, I have to say I had massive sympathy with Pammy and the situation she was in. The recalls of abuse weren't too graphic although I will say that anyone who has ever been in her situation may find this book a little too close to home.
Her murder plan was truly ingenious and the end part of it had me laughing at the idea of it; the scale of it is incredible and that's all I'm saying since I don't want to spoil it for anyone!

There was a one bit i did find a bit weird and that was with who else the plan for murder included. I didn't understand why and that did bug me a little, but none the less this doesn't take much from the otherall quality of the story.
Pammy is an inspirtional if not slightly nutty character and although I don't agree murder is the way out of an abusive relationship there are some very clever hints throughout about getting out of these relationships quickly and not letting it get as bad as it got for the main character in this book. There is always an escape. As if to reinforce that everything has a consequence, Pammy gets to find out something at the end that maybe makes her slightly regret her plans and I found the ending added a bit of balance, although I was cringing on behalf of Pammy.

All in all, if you love a bit of chick lit with a rather morbid twist then give this a go. Pammy is a likeable and very tough character and despite her plans you will warm to her (in an odd kinda way!)
Anyway, don't be too judgemental :-)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: vanessa eric on June 15, 2011 :
Too bad that Half-Inch ended so quickly because I wanted to know so badly what eventually happen to Pammy! The story was probably one of the most thrilling short-stories I’ve ever read. It was thought-provoking, leaving me to wonder whether ‘crime’ is justifiable in cases like Pammy’s.

Pammy is an abused woman, a victim of her husband’s unreasonable rage, who takes great pleasure in taunting and bashing her whenever he feels like it. They are in a process of getting their divorce final. Somehow, Pammy is convinced that her husband will never leave her alone to start a new life after their divorce. Instead, she resorts to crime to put an end to her every suffering.

This isn’t the first time I read a story themed on violence against women, an issue I deeply hold dear to my heart. It was one of the best since I read Heather Huffman’s Throwaway. At first, I thought that it was going to be an ordinary story of a woman running away from her abusive husband. Never crossed my mind that there would be an added twist when I reach the end of the story – an element I really like in any book. I was quite emotional throughout, reading line after line, despite some humorous muses inserted in the story. A part of me feel sorry for Pammy, whose character embodies every scared and battered woman in this modern world, while another part felt that she’s acting so foolishly. Then again, a woman so desperate to break free would do just everything, who could blame her for that? However, in the end, karma seems to take its own place in poor Pammy’s life.

Reading Half-Inch was like watching a good crime drama on TV. Fans of thrillers and women’s issue will definitely love this book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: vanessa eric on June 15, 2011 :
Too bad that Half-Inch ended so quickly because I wanted to know so badly what eventually happen to Pammy! The story was probably one of the most thrilling short-stories I’ve ever read. It was thought-provoking, leaving me to wonder whether ‘crime’ is justifiable in cases like Pammy’s.

Pammy is an abused woman, a victim of her husband’s unreasonable rage, who takes great pleasure in taunting and bashing her whenever he feels like it. They are in a process of getting their divorce final. Somehow, Pammy is convinced that her husband will never leave her alone to start a new life after their divorce. Instead, she resorts to crime to put an end to her every suffering.

This isn’t the first time I read a story themed on violence against women, an issue I deeply hold dear to my heart. It was one of the best since I read Heather Huffman’s Throwaway. At first, I thought that it was going to be an ordinary story of a woman running away from her abusive husband. Never crossed my mind that there would be an added twist when I reach the end of the story – an element I really like in any book. I was quite emotional throughout, reading line after line, despite some humorous muses inserted in the story. A part of me feel sorry for Pammy, whose character embodies every scared and battered woman in this modern world, while another part felt that she’s acting so foolishly. Then again, a woman so desperate to break free would do just everything, who could blame her for that? However, in the end, karma seems to take its own place in poor Pammy’s life.

Reading Half-Inch was like watching a good crime drama on TV. Fans of thrillers and women’s issue will definitely love this book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jackie B on June 01, 2011 :
I admit that when the author approached me to read and honestly review this book I was at first going to say no because I was afraid there would be detailed accounts of Bobby abusing Pammy and while there were some details they were not as graphic or distracting from the main plot in any way...
In a single sitting this book grabbed my attention and held it until I was going you are kidding me at the ending!
Author McCarty Griffin has very sensitively and honestly portrayed a story of one young woman's ordeal in a story that will take the reader through some tough decisions made by the main character that will either have you shaking your head as to why it took so long or nodding in approval when Pammy finally "grows a backbone"!

A short read but one that will absolutely put you right there with Pammy and Bobby cheering her on and hoping against hope that her plan to rid herself of her ex works...

My advice is to buy a copy of this tale and see for yourself what lengths a woman will take to be free of a man who made her 12 years of marriage Hell on Earth! The ending will surprise you but I applaud the author's choice as sometimes revenge can come back to bite you when you are not looking!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: kkappleby on May 25, 2011 :
I read this short story in just a few hours one afternoon. The book was well written and very detailed. Some individuals can relate to Pammy's dilemma with the abuse, and some can not. I can certainly see people watching true crime stories on the TV and trying to outsmart the perpetrator so as not to get caught themselves. I myself enjoy watching these types of crime scene/forensic shows, but I keep in the back of my mind that since it's on TV it didn't work out to well for them.

That being said, this short story was well written and articulate throughout. It captured my attention through out the entire story and I wanted to know how it ended. By all accounts throughout the book you would interpret that Pammy got away with the dirty deed. Wait until you read the ending. Things aren't always what they seem.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Crescent Suns eBooks on April 10, 2011 :
If your stomach is squeamish or you cannot stand violence against men (heh), then perhaps Half-Inch is not the story for you. If, however, reading a well-crafted tale of revenge and triumph is more to your liking, then download your copy of McCarty Griffin's imaginative novella and begin devouring page after page of exciting and well-plotted real-life drama that could one day find it's way onto the front page of the daily newspaper.
Half-Inch, by McCarty Griffin is a spell-binding, mesmerizing story of our times and worth the read.
For the full review on this eBook: http://crescentsunspublishing.blogspot.com/2011/04/half-inch-triumph.html
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Dottie Taylor on April 06, 2011 :
Pammy has suffered for twelve long years at Bobby's hands, before he decided to leave her. And instead of questioning why, all she can do thank her lucky stars. But, when it comes time for dividing up the assets she has earned with the scars on her body, Bobby balks.

Even though it is he who wants out of fruitless marriage, he'll be damned if he gives Pammy the barest of considerations, even if it has been she who has suffered the beatings, bruising, and broken bones.

It all comes to a head for Pammy, when Bobby thinks he's going to take the only thing that is rightfully Pammy's, her childhood home left to her with the death of her mother.

Half Inch by McCarty Griffin is a short novella of a marriage gone terribly wrong. But, it's Bobby's deficit personality, his abusive nature, his lack of human capacity for true emotion that drives Pammy to the point of breaking psychologically. That's when her inner voice takes over, driving Pammy to make plans and come up with contingencies to remove Bobby permanently from her life. And, to her inner voice's delight, it's about time.

Half Inch is a quick little read, about a little more than an hour's worth of time. It reaches is conclusion with an ending where the reader maybe isn't surprised, but certainly fooled. Pammy's ultimate plans are foiled by Bobby even from the grave. Thriller/chillers lovers may want to take a look at this one, though short, it's fulfilling. I found myself hoping Pammy's plan succeeded, even if I did think her a little whiny, but then, I didn't have to put up with her abusive husband either.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: S.J. Collins on March 21, 2011 :
At 67 pages, Half-Inch is a great little afternoon read filled with murderous plots and spouses! Now you would think the page length would make it difficult to give an in-depth review but actually, I have a lot I want to discuss.

My only real criticism is that I don’t feel that the book cover meshes with the over all tone of the book. The cover impresses upon me that I should expect to be afraid but…actually I found myself gleefully chuckling right along as Pammy plots out her husbands demise.

Huh. I’m not sure if that says something entirely inappropriate about me as a person, like having an incredibly bleak and warped sense of humor. Since I’m not yet ready to admit I’m insane, I’ll chalk it up to the author’s skill at making Pammy both a sympathetic protagonist and fun- if slightly insane-villain.Pammy’s transformation from cowering waif to murder mastermind was dealt with a subtle and frighteningly realistic hand. (Or maybe I just watched too many Snapped episodes?) I feel McCarthy was very thorough in making Pammy sympathetic on a basic human level, while also not giving justification for her actions.

What brought the story home for me- without spoiling anything- is that Pammy never really escapes being a victim, even in deciding to take things into her own hands. I fount it a very intriguing character study, one that I think can be interpreted multiple ways.

While I never really agreed with the character’s decisions on a moral level, there was one part of her plan involving a character you’ll come to know as “Miss Big Tits” that didn’t sit well with me at first. After careful consideration though, I realize Pammy did what she thought was necessary in order to ensure she’d get away Scott-free. Which she may or may not have done. Why are you still here? Go read the book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jennifer Shaw on March 08, 2011 :
"I'm gonna fix you, Bobby Hilts! Just you see if I don't." (pg.15)


This particular line from Half-Inch sets you up for the enthralling pages you will become immersed in. Pammy is a woman on the edge; she may just take a leap that many wouldn’t dare to even attempt. I found myself glued to every word and thought Pammy had or felt as if this was a true life situation. In fact, is feels as though the plot was pulled from a nightly news broadcast. As a lover of horror and crime dramas, this is right up my alley and I would love, yes, love to see this amazing short story become a full length novel. In 67 pages, I was truly amazed at the quality, depth, and extreme emotion it contained. If you haven’t had a chance to read this fabulous story, you should.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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